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Timelight Picture Study with Highway Flare.

Scene was drawn-painted on location utilizing a highway flare as a "Fire Crayon" during a pro...
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Timelight Picture Study with Highway Flare.

Scene was drawn-painted on location utilizing a highway flare as a "Fire Crayon" during a prolonged exposure.

No Digital Manipulation. Image came out of the Camera as it appears.

Time Exposure on Film. Nikon FM -20mm Lens, Tripod, Cable Release.

"I like to utilize ordinary common objects to create an extra-ordinary event"... i.e. Clevertism
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PaulNikond600
 
PaulNikond600 October 11, 2020
Creative! Just walk around the car with the flare? How long was the exposure?
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Behind The Lens

Location

"FIREBIRD" Timelight Picture Study with Highway Flare. Vacant lot next to the Piano Factory South End of Boston, MA USA

Time

Scene was captured at night...

Lighting

Scene was drawn-painted on location utilizing a highway flare as a "Fire Crayon" during a prolonged exposure.

Equipment

Time Exposure on Film. Nikon FM -20mm Lens, Tripod, Cable Release.

Inspiration

Made sense at the time... A "Firebird should be on fire...

Editing

No Digital Manipulation. Image came out of the Camera as it appears. "I like to utilize ordinary common objects to create an extra-ordinary event"... i.e. Clevertism

In my camera bag

Nikon FM -20mm Lens, Tripod, Cable Release,highway flares.

Feedback

Don't ... Highway Flares are dangerous to work with... I have years of experience working with pyro-technic materials.

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