Photography with fire

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I tried this new technique out with a couple of friends tonight. One of them found it somewhere on the web, and we thought it was worth seeing how it turned out. We've had some ideas for other options, so hopefully we'll be able to try them out soon.

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And here are a few different treatments. Considering that this was done with a piece of flaming Kevlar rope, I think it's very effective.

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What an awesome way to paint with light! I must admit that I had to Google it. The first 2 and the last are my favorites. I am leaning towards the second image edited in black and white though.
 
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