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flash ionization

By david j. green  
I often wondered how a studio light flash tube looks when it is fired.

As it is so bright I had to turn flash power to minimum, stop down to f45 and use a ND filter.

You can see the violet glow around one of the electrodes due to the polarity (cannot rememember if it is the cathode or anode). The orange glowing filament is the 250W halogen modelling lamp to give continous light.

Tags: Flash and lighting

Voters: sputnki, Pete_g, jan 1 and 12 more


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Comments


danpen 12 15 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2005 4:42PM
Great idea, great shot

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ian walker 12 716 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2005 12:14AM
excellent shot, well thought out and presented
shitzkit 12 147
11 Dec 2005 6:20PM
this is great shows so much well done
jan 1 12 12 Netherlands
12 Dec 2005 2:33AM
A Light show it is. excellent performed.
Jan
sputnki 12 10 Canada
15 Dec 2005 5:10PM
Cool! My personal philosophy is that life is a big science fair project..... so I'm clicking for that!

Doug
Alan_Warriner 11 545 England
22 Dec 2005 10:10AM
Intriguing
sjatkinson 11 1
15 Feb 2006 1:20PM
Great image!

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