This night started with me looking for a whisk since thats what it said on the tutorial.
I did not lose hope I made my own whisk.I got some wire tired it into circle where I could place the steel wool.All I knew is that the wool needed to be held at the middle and lit so the sparks would be seen.
When i set the camera on the tripod and acquired the correct focus it was ready for the actual spinning.
It was time to get creative since I had only four small strands of steel wool.
Me behind the wheel speed brought about some string effect.
With no extra movement I got almost a replica of take four.
Turning and turning I was determined to get a different pattern.
My favorite shot on this experiment.
I only took nine shots so the failure rate was 10%. Its a good feeling when you understand your camera, click and get the results.
This was exciting and I will definitely do it again going back to the net to look for more creativity.
The above was accomplished with two of my none photographer friends all that is needed is interest.
Quote by Aristotle: “Those who know, do. Those that understand, teach.”
we don’t take picture we capture moments.
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