I've shot business portraits in some interesting places in the past:
clean rooms, server rooms, banks, green houses, print shops, vineyards,
factories and more, but this is my first one at a nuclear power plant.
We had to pass through several security check points just to get to the
outer perimeter (it helped that I had photographed one of the guards
weddings.) The shoot was to highlight a few executives from one of the
plant's major contractors. All in all, it went very smoothly, although
some sunshine and blue sky would have been nice.
Note to bad guys, many of the security features have been Photoshopped out.
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