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Timelapse Chimney Sparks and Sky Quadroscopic Artwork V12232

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Published on Feb 4, 2013

Time lapse and long exposure photography can make even the most mundane things more interesting, and flying sparks from a fireplace chimney are no exception. In these scenes, a Canon 5D Mk2 DSLR and HS300 DSC were used to capture the short-lived burning embers from a fireplace as they exited the chimney against the night sky. The moon, stars, clouds and aircraft passed overhead as the sparks flew through the scene, leaving bright orange-red traces of their passage.

Various compositing techniques were used to extend the on-sceen-time of the trails, while a digital mirroring technique (called "quadroscopic imaging") was used to create a hypnotic and tunnel-like artistic version of some scenes. All material used to create these scenes was filmed in Santa Clarita in January, 2013.

The soundtrack is "Dark Harbor (Space Trance Mix)" from the "Mission Control" CD by Technician (yours truly), MP3 album and single track available on iTunes at: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/miss...
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