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Something a lttle different to my normal landscapes ! a light bulb with the glass removed, turn on the power and fire away, lit by side flash and coloured in P/shop.
Hope you like, thanks for your kind comments and clicks on the previous upload.
GREAT COLOURFULL AFFECT
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Very clever and a great effect achieved......well done.
Impressive... I'd probably electrocute myself.
Brilliant! Often wondered what would happen if you fired up a bulb with its glass removed
Scary setup, worth the effort though!
Very nice and colourful!
One criticism though. The black background of the smoke stands a bit out since it is not the same black background behind the lamp. So you can see the "lighter" black background of the smoke as a rectangle.
brilliant colours geoff wonderful detail cracking work nice one
I am impressed ! very creative. A very good and pleasing image Geoff
Great work! It's pity that the bulb can be used only once for such photo...
Fantastic photo. I would never have thought of this technique, will give it a go and like WhiteRose1 says, I'll try not to electrocute myself!!
Very clever... but I bet the filament doesn't last long
Thanks for the comments and feed back, on average I get four goes before the filament burns out, a small drop of oil applied with sewing needle gives better smoke !
A friend of mine does these, but yours is better! like it great idea, love the colours regards Leon.
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