The next afternoon, Paul picked up this Lincoln using these jaws, and sheared him in half for us. No, watching that never gets old. This was in direct moonlight, but I wanted to totally control the lighting. I had to work fast–before the moon had a chance to burn in. It took more test exposures than I’d like to admit, getting all the lighting angles planned and tested. Then I used muscle-memory to repeat it all as quickly as I could. Red and white-set Protomachine flashlight from at least five directions, in 42 seconds.