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    A second shot from a previous location, Kuro and I felt that we could have done better. I must say, we did. The first time we shot the wide angle shot, we used Kuro's Canon. This time we used my Nikon, and I must say, Nikon > Canon. All jokes aside, we wanted to be completely parallel with the backing wall, so that the sparks would hit both walls. We also used a new cage to help reduce the chances of a shoot out. Kuro also got hit on the head this time. Now he knows how I felt when a huge chunk landed on my head. The nonsense aside, everyone was fine at the end of the day, and I got a great shot. More to come.

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    1. aRi ro-B 59 months ago | reply

      lovely shot, as always.
      what r u using to make lights? X/

    2. joo0ey 59 months ago | reply

      @aRi ro-B
      Good ol' steel wool and lighters. If you try it, do it safely, please :]

    3. the half-blood prince 59 months ago | reply

      this is great! nice long exposure. i am back in nyc, no more buffalo unless i'm up visiting...still looking for a job. it's a bit depressing, but i'll come up with something soon, hopefully. haven't been shooting all that much, but that'll change soon.

    4. S.Raiyan 59 months ago | reply

      Nice shot.... very impresive but risky i guess

    5. joo0ey 59 months ago | reply


      Thanks. It's a bit risk, I suppose, but we definitely make sure that we don't put anyone at risk, except outselves. We won't do it if there's people there, or in the line of danger.

    6. chukos 46 months ago | reply

      Nice shot, Joey! An thanks a lot for steel wool photography tutirial!!!

    7. dogsy 46 months ago | reply

      Yeah, great job on that tutorial. "More grease to your elbow" as the Nigerians keep telling me in their emails.

    8. Lucien Hughes 31 months ago | reply

      Incredible! Just saw this on Photo Extremist, my favourite of the lot.

    9. MauricioSeron 24 months ago | reply

      Fantástica esta. Tem que girar muito rápido? Quantos segundos aberto?

    10. joo0ey 24 months ago | reply

      Perdoe a minha Português. Obrigado por seu comentário! Você tem que girar muito rápido, mas enquanto você tem o obturador aberto, ele vai ficar bem. Este tiro foi feito usando o modo BULB, e se bem me lembro, cerca de um minuto ou assim.

    11. MauricioSeron 23 months ago | reply

      Fala Brother. Me arrisquei a fazer foto com fogo. Levei umas queimadas, mas acho que ficaram boas. Dá uma olhada lá. Valeu...

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