Innovation

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    Innovation started with the cave men, didn't stop with Edison and continues to this very day.

    This photo is not a post creation.

    It was taken as you see it and not placed on the ground at the time of the shot.

    Only a little post clean up has been applied.

    ovidium, ▓▒░JASE░▒▓, and 17 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. *Cake 69 months ago | reply

      Very interesting, I like the caption.

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    2. Luis Eduardo ® 69 months ago | reply

      Looks really nice

    3. mugley 69 months ago | reply

      Cool... now for the shot of the automatic hammer :)

    4. Broken Toy Shop 69 months ago | reply

      Nice, very surreal, tho I think I know how you did it....

    5. Vermin Inc 69 months ago | reply

      @BTS - So how did I do this?

    6. memetic 69 months ago | reply

      Nicely done. Did you get it to light up by putting it in an electric field (ie. near a high voltage source like an arc welder)?

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    7. Vermin Inc 69 months ago | reply

      @Memetic - I like the way you think, but nope.

    8. Adam Dimech 69 months ago | reply

      Please share your secret.... or I will forever thing this is a hybrid photo! :)

    9. mr.analog [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

      these globes suck long live the old school globe !

      Well exposed though mate !

    10. Vermin Inc 69 months ago | reply

      @Adam - I am going to do another photo with this lamp and then I will tell. However, I can assure you that there is no post trick to this photo.

    11. Broken Toy Shop 69 months ago | reply

      Two ways.
      These bulbs glow for a while after they power off, so you may have done a long exposure after switching it off and unplugging it.
      The other way is, you could have soldered wires on to the back of the bulb, out of shot.

    12. Vermin Inc 69 months ago | reply

      @BTS - You are the winner! - The second option is correct. Plus I ran the wires through a pipe so I could mount the light on a tripod.

    13. Christopher.Johnson 67 months ago | reply

      Great photo, lighting is really nicely done. Also love that we are getting to move from the old school bulbs to CFLs in cultural imagery of a "light bulb".

      I was inspired by the shot and used it (thanks to your CC licensing) in an application I made (as we haven't gotten to any graphics yet!). Have a look at tinyurl dot com slash peakinnovation (sorry it's not linked - some silly flickr restriction).

      Thanks!

    14. Broken Toy Shop 67 months ago | reply

      hehe, yay. So where do I collect my prize?

    15. Christopher.Johnson 66 months ago | reply

      well, gotta win first. help with votes at tinyurl dot com slash peakinnovation :)

    16. ytoaranda 59 months ago | reply

      Tesla - no Edison

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