Burning Man

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    Star trails and fire? Wow. What will they think of next?

    This is how the lonely drown. 3AM wake up call. Drive an hour to the coast. Climb down a cliff in total darkness trying not to wake the Sea Lions. Set up, muck about, then panic when you realize that the sea is a lot closer than it was 30 mins ago. Race back up the beach and start over. Get bored. Set fire to some things.

    This is a stack of 150ish 30sec pictures. The gaps in the trails are because I deleted a few pictures where I was burning stuff.

    1. ...Damian... 51 months ago | reply

      Nice work Mozzer, wish I had the patience and a really warm jacket to do this!

    2. garnatha 51 months ago | reply

      great scenery, well worth the late drive! those hours are the best time for photos :-}

    3. PhotoshopScaresMe.com 51 months ago | reply

      here's some of the originals
      Raw Burning Man

    4. Gary Newman 51 months ago | reply

      Love the description :) Love the spark trails off the firework.

    5. kevin hinson 50 months ago | reply

      This is awesome. I really like the combination, and even the gaps in the star trails add to it, I think. Makes it more interesting. Great work.

    6. magneticart 48 months ago | reply

      beautiful !!! Well done !

    7. Gustavo Muleey 47 months ago | reply

      wonderful !! great work !!

    8. Paul Verhulst 19 months ago | reply

      Hi Mozzer!
      What a cool picture! Very nice! I was wondering how you get those long strikes. What have you used? I used sparklers, but the result is this:


      Can you give me the gold tip? :)
      Kind Regards, Paul

    9. PhotoshopScaresMe.com 19 months ago | reply

      Here's a video showing some of the tools I use photoshopscaresme.com/light-tools-tutorial/
      Here's one showing the more dangerous ones in use photoshopscaresme.com/painting-with-fire-tutorial/
      And finally, here's how I put it all together photoshopscaresme.com/tutorial-spinning-burning-layers-bl...

      Good luck

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