Vintage items can be regarded as prints from bygone ages, ruins of ancient beauties or old fashion cultural artefacts. In order to save, restore and document those magnificent audio « products » (from the origin of audio-the telephone, circa 1875-until today-Smartphones and computers), they should be turned into museum pieces. These « ruins » are then becoming at least interesting or, better yet, a source of adoration. It’s no surprise to discover that the name of the museum, Muselec (Music and Electricity), is dubbed by an meaningful subtitle : A Passion for Sound.
Taken with a Nikon D600 + Nikkor 16 mm DX AF Fisheye mounted on a Nodal Ninja 3 MKII head. One row of six shots + zenith/nadir. Optimized with Photoshop/Camera Raw, stitched with PTGui and KRPano Tools.
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