flame on …

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6 thoughts on “flame on …

  1. I clamped the matches between two pieces of wood. Composed and focused. Then hit the match with a lighter. I use a remote shutter release to further reduce camera shake.

  2. great stuff. i like approaching it as a series of shots. the one alone was fantastic, but the series brings new interest. what is particularly interesting to me is that the flaming thing is invisible. i thought the matchhead chemicals would be bursting into flame, but it all is a process if igniting gasses, not solid objects exploding. cool.

  3. Thanks. Soon I’ll be posting a macro of a candle wick. It’s instructive on how candles actually produce heat and light.

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