Computer Network server aisle low view : Stock Photo
A low view of a network server aisle. Shot on a studio stage built and designed by the photographer (including racks and servers) with a phase one digital back on a medium format camera. Composites were put together and manipulated in PS2.

Computer Network server aisle low view

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Stephen Swintek
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A low view of a network server aisle. Shot on a studio stage built and designed by the photographer (including racks and servers) with a phase one digital back on a medium format camera. Composites were put together and manipulated in PS2.
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Stone
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