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His usual technique is to set his camera to a long exposure and then move a light source in view of the lens so he can paint with light trails. In this case, he set up the camera and sprinted over to hold up sparklers behind a fire hydrant. The effect creates a striking silhouetted look that he felt was perfect to go along with Fourth of July fireworks. GFLIP told me he sometimes leaves himself in the shot and other times moves in such a fast blur that he remains undetected.
The image he sent made it into a CNN.com photo gallery showing fun and creative patriotic photos. What do you think of this technique, and what fun projects are you working on? Share your story on iReport.com and comment below with your thoughts.
it looks as though its ready for lift off...a more NEon like image...animated in a sense...cool........
Michael, may you rest in peace. You are in a much better place. God makes no mistakes. You will be missed and loved always
Amazing effect. July 4 is one of the most important event in the history of USA. It's all worth securing for a short term loan to celebrate independence with the fantastic fireworks display.
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