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Fire 'n' Ice the Sequel

By JCowlan
In this image I have icreased my shutter speed to 15sec's. It was during this time that we decided to add more methylated spirit. Because of this there was slight movement within the picture, but the result was this pretty blue flame.
Altough these pictures were taken in college they were taken in a strictly controlled environment. As I mentioned in the previous write up we used a peice of glass that was 3/4 plate so it was less likely to crack under the extreme heat. We also had the correct fire extinguishers ( Powder) at hand as a precaution in case anything should go wrong.

Aperture f8 shutter speed 15 sec's

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Comments


thorn 12 124 2 Scotland
4 Mar 2006 7:43AM
Hi James,I really like this one with its blue flames,against the red flames what a contrast with ice in the middle.Excellent composition.Take care.AnnSmile

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taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
4 Mar 2006 7:52AM
Very pretty image resulted--thou I thought it was a rocket in the thumb.

Jennnnnnn
chris631uk 10 19
4 Mar 2006 8:05AM
brilliant thats all you can say
Ian_Sweet 10 92 1 England
4 Mar 2006 8:12AM
Totally brilliant

Ian
lilipolala 10 8 Northern Ireland
4 Mar 2006 8:16AM
Spectacular image
Well captured
miriam xx
Chant57 Plus
10 395 3 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2006 8:56AM
Wonderful sequel James. Again not one I will be trying at home, but loved the how to..
C
daringdaphne 12 82 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2006 9:40AM
I could learn from this presentation.
The effects are extraordinary set of colours.

A good experiment.

(*.*)D
4 Mar 2006 9:49AM
Great affect, lovely colours.
ChristineL 11 39 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2006 10:27AM
I like this one the best I think, great colours,
Chris.
foggytwo 13 36 1 Scotland
4 Mar 2006 12:25PM
Great work James,you have created a wonderful effect here.Its a super image.
Pete.
KBan 11 490 4 England
4 Mar 2006 12:55PM
nice effect James, like it!!
Keith
mrsdaffy 10 16
4 Mar 2006 1:04PM
Extradinary method, wonderful effect James.

Mags Smile
CollY 10 14
4 Mar 2006 4:48PM
Fantastic image James..the colouring and the effect all work well together.
Colleen
tonymarq 10 1 United States
4 Mar 2006 6:57PM
Lames amazing capture of colour and how it is engulfing the glass ice cube with slight orange flame hovering over, well captured!

stay well
tonymarq
Jaye 10 3
4 Mar 2006 7:12PM
Very effective James looks great.Glad it was done in a conttrolled situation have had my own personal dramas with metho. flaring !!!!!. Judith
AlanBW 10 20 England
5 Mar 2006 12:27AM
Amazing image
sunshot 11 24 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2006 1:24AM
excellent capture, well done
elcid 11 150 England
5 Mar 2006 3:31AM
Superb effect, James, nice one.

Bill.
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2006 11:53AM
ooh very effective,prefer this to last one!

jo
TessC 10 1 Ireland
5 Mar 2006 12:11PM
Another fantastic image, well captured and presented..
Sina 10
6 Mar 2006 3:04AM
Excellent shot, really great work done here.
angelamary 10 6 England
6 Mar 2006 4:45AM
Amazing effect! Well caught!
Pegon 11 78 1 England
6 Mar 2006 9:48AM
Excellent work , I thought it was an advert for British Gas .
Pete .
Blenkinsopp 10 320 4 England
6 Mar 2006 10:39AM
you really do some amazing stuff
- brilliant
6 Mar 2006 12:42PM
well deserved on the RC award. this is very pretty. also a thank you for recent comments on my series I have begun (Colors Galore) much appreciated as always.
18 Mar 2006 12:54PM
Like this one a lot ... good effect and I love the colour it produced. Very effective indeed! Click*
Karen
Mari 12 1.8k Wales
24 Mar 2006 9:11AM
Fantastic, James

Mari Smile

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