Wanna do something sweet with a metal whisk, steel wool and a 9V battery?
DIYphotography.net interviews Bejamin Von Wong on steel wool light painting. Steel wool light painting is a technique used to create fire streaks from flaming, spinning wool using a longer shutter speed on your camera. This technique not only looks cool, but makes you look pretty bad*ss. Am I right? Who doesn’t want to be standing in the middle of this bad boy! Remember to pick a safe location, wear an old jacket, bring a cloth to put out sparks and spin the fire streaks away from your camera just to be safe. “Read More” to see additional photos of some true “fireballers”.