Long Exposure steel wool on fire

canonbraden

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I'm following up on something I posted a few days ago.
I didn't get the "ghost" effect because I was wearing all black like someone suggested.

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Okay this is really crappy quality.. Not sure what went wrong in the uploading
 

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Is there a question here?

I like the photo. How long was your exposure?
 

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Nice one! I always like the steel wool pics
 

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It's cool, but why does everybody always just stand there and spin them? It doesn't make for very original photos.

I'd like to see one that uses a new or rarer method of flinging sparks.

Leaf blower?
Wool on a DC motor attached to a battery and thrown off a cliff or lifted with helium balloons (with long strings)?
Wool strapped into a whisk and attached to somebody's rear bicycle wheels and triggered electrically so that they can already be moving?


Etc.


Edit: Maybe I'll just do one of these actually. I already have some spare cowboystudios flash triggers that could be combined with an electric relay and used to remotely ignite steel wool......
 

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