Some cool used golf equipment images:
Vacro Series: 86 of 105
Image by Jef Harris
This is an extremely large series, even by my standards. So I think an explanation is needed here to really appreciate what you’re looking at.
As a kid I used to love taking apart electronics. Clocks, TVs, Tape recorders, anything I could get my hands on. But my favorite thing to take apart was a VCRs. 30 years later and I’m still taking apart VRCrs. Only now instead of VCRs that costs hundreds of dollars, I’ve graduated to this High End Panasonic Editing Deck that was worth 00 new. The heads where out of alignment. The cost involved in fixing it was out of the question. So the original owner, who knew of the macro work, happily handed it over to me.
Except for the electronic boards, no piece is bigger than a golf ball. The smallest piece, (#011), is about an 8th of an inch.
I took about a month taking apart this ProVCR. Taking my sweet time. Great loving care went into taking this apart, only using a screw driver and a set of needle nose pliers. There was only one piece I had to break (shot #017). I had to use industrial strength bolt cutters to get that one out.
After I was done taking it apart I took over a thousand shots. So what you see here are the best of the best! Photoshop was used but only in cleaning dust particles and building the presentation frames. The lighting you see was done in the studio.
An interesting thing about how this VCR was put together was that there was no actual case holding it together. It was a series of metal plates interlocking and held by screws. One of the main components of any piece of electronic equipment is the wiring. Well in this thing, all the wiring was held together as one single bundle. So I was able to take it apart with that bundle of wires intact. I used that bundle of wires in THIS shoot.
My personal favorite is #009.
365 days | 037 | gear shot
Image by Der Ohlsen
Home on the range
Image by churl
Went out to the golf range. Lately I’ve been trying to correct my swing, since my swing is entirely wrong. It’s a painful learning experience, to be sure. I go to the Forest Akers range on the MSU campus. It’s quite nice.
The clubs I bought from a friend of mine for . When he played college golf, they’re the clubs he used, so I can no longer blame the equipment.