Shattering Glass

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Shattering Glass

Uploaded: January 04, 2005 05:21:44

Description

Used two 500-watt work lights for lighting. 1/1000sec., f/8.0. Froze glass to make it more brittle. Added 1lb of fun, mixed well.

Comments

Marcie A. Fowler January 04, 2005

Very creative set up and execution of this image Jim. Love the brightness of it!! #201834

Susana Matos January 04, 2005

GREAT!!! I like to see your funny experiences and wonderful images that result from it!
Cheers from Portugal, Su
#1014180

JD January 04, 2005

Thanks Marcie, Su! Glad you like the fruits of my experiments. #1014341

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