There's something majestic about seeing a huge body of machinery that's built to do one thing. In this case, it's about pulling, printing, folding and cutting. No HDR, no tricks. Just a high-res admiration of the sublimely complex.
Picture by Jonathan Barnes
As it turns out, this picture was taken in such a way that the left side is where the process starts with the raw product (blank, uncut, unprinted paper), and ends at the far right on a steel conveyor belt, where folded, cut and printed papers come out.
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