Macro Fire Experiments

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  1. Jens Heidler

    Jens Heidler TPF Noob!

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    Hey Everyone,

    I just had a great weekend experimenting with my 105mm macro lens and a highspeed camera using water, lighter fuel and soap.
    Lighting up those bubble led to great small Fire Balls and quite cool macro shots. Have you ever tried those of similar shots?
    What do you think of it?
    I really love the results and will probably shoot some more soon:)




     
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    Jeff G -Amateur Shutterbug- Supporting Member

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    Very cool!
     
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    Strangely mesmerizing. That's some very creative stuff going on.
     
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    Thank you, great to hear that:)
     
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    I liked the music and stop motion effects you used. I am wondering how you were lighting the fire without the ignition being seen. Did you edit that out?
     

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