Week 2, January 2007

Happy New Year!! Here's hoping you all had a wonderful holiday season, and that getting "back into the saddle" in 2007 is going well. Speaking of back in the saddle, its time again to wake up the Shot of the Week. After the crazy production of the Fall/Christmas orders, and a little break for family time, I'm pleased to bring you the first for 2007...

One of this week's shoots included documenting assembly and modification of turbo charger kits. The kits, supplied by HPA Motorsports, are specifically engineered for Volkswagens & Audis. During the shoot we followed the path of the Turbo Kits, from the order being taken, to warehousing the parts, assembly and modification, packing the kits and finally shipping to the end user.

Here Mark is TIG welding some the components together. TIG (Tungsten-Inert-Gas) welding is a process in which fusion is produced by heating with an electric arc between a tungsten electrode and the work while an inert gas forms around the weld area to prevent oxidation.

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"Shot of the Week" is brought to you by Christopher M. Johnson Photography as a way of sharing images that were a part of the workflow for that given week. In this weekly posting, I hope to share with you interesting images of all types, including Wedding, Portrait, Commercial and whatever else the lens might see.
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