Lockey Hill Cello Circa 1780

The interior of a rare cello by English luthier Lockey Hill, completed shortly before his execution for horse theft in 1795. In this photo we can see the tool marks of the original maker, as well as new wood and repairs carried out through the centuries. Shot with a Lumix S1R and a Laowa Probe lens, 20 images at various focal distances have been stacked together to give a cavernous feel, as if the cello has become its own recital hall. Photographed whilst under restoration at the String Instrument Company, New Zealand.

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