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A test of Bravery!

By TheFotoGraffer  
Playing around with idea's from previous shoots I've done prviously and looking at ways to improve them..

I've always wondered what it would look like these sparks hitting skin..??..


Needless to say no one was willing to try it so "AGAIN" i had to do a self portrait for this.. i had my friends set this up..

Special thanks to Murray - my remote shutter.
Jamie - my flash
and Paul who's job it was to spin wool and hit me with as many sparks as possible..

Not 100% happy with it.. but will try again once my hair grows back Tongue

Thanks for looking

Tags: Painting with light Long exposure Light trails Landscape and travel Light graffiti Portraits and people Light sculpture Derelict buildings Light art Humour and fun Night and low light Steel wool Being really sillythefotograffer

Voters: LeeFisher, Eviscera, pulsar69 and 15 more


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pulsar69 11 1.6k 6 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2010 2:08PM
excellent and great creativity, you could do with more light on yourself imho

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Excellent - well done !

Chris
5 Jun 2010 2:50PM
I agree but i was only armed with 1 flash gun.. the same problem i had with the umbrella shots i did a while back..

Unfortunately because this was us just mucking about I didn't take my full kit.. It was more a test of how hot those sparks are..

Going out again tonight.. so will take more flashes and nail this one.

Hopefully?
tmann 11 4 2 United States
16 Jun 2010 2:46PM
wow, what a great photo!!
20 Jun 2010 2:23PM
well i'm glad to say the bravery test was well brave(on your part).I enjoyed assisting with this one and of course once your body returns to normal I shall be there again to watch you fry spectacularly again!!
keep up the good work!!

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