Another idea I got only after it was done snowing would be to take a ~1 second exposure of the on-camera flash in burst mode, where it flashes rapidly multiple times. And of course, if you are wondering how the photographs of those flying sparks were created, take a look at my Steel Wool Photography Tutorial and I'll show you how to do it! G’day Evan, Thanks a million for all your tutorials, they are fabulous, and I am learning heaps.
I do a lot of lightpainting and have been looking at some of the really powerful flashlights in hopes that I might get away from using my flash gun all the time. Your enthusiasm rejuvenates me into getting out of whatever rut or commonality one can lapse into. Evan==Just had to write and let you know how much enjoyment I’ve gotten from your book. My reason for leaving a comment today is I am wondering if you have a site where your are selling some of your shots. I’m from Canada where we get a lot of snow, and I have to say that I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these images. I picked up this multi-color LED flashlight from Think Geek for experimenting with light painting in the snow. Trying to register after purcasing your Trick Photography and Special Effects and it won’t let me.

I’ve purchased your product in the first I did last January and so far I did not get my product I want to send me my product or my money I ask to reply as soon as possible so as not to use other ways to return my money.
When I was outside, I didn't want to lug around two big tripods for both my flashlight and camera, so I conveniently mounted the X21 to the Joby GP8-BHEN Gorillapod Focus with Ballhead X.
I'd love to try it at different speeds and show the results, I'm definitely thinking the faster speeds would look best. Wouldn't you rather take your photography to the next level and photograph things that catch people's attention? I love engaging the lessons you share, as you are an inspirational teacher over flowing with high-energy, excitement and passion; you certainly appear in alignment with your purpose, adding to the quality of the trainings you provide! I live in Australia and where I am we do not have any snow but, I might go back to UK for a visit when Winter is on and, may be, just may be, I could use your lesson on Effects in the snow. I’m from Australia and we are off to the snow fields this winter, can’t wait to try these things out! I LOVE these snow flakes and steal wool shots and would like nothing more to have a collage of them up on one of my walls. It really doesn’t surprise me that, along with people wanting to buy your book, they would also love to buy some of your actual images. It isn’t anywhere near 1000 lumens, but the ability to have so many colors in one small device made it worth trying.

I made the online payment just about an hour ago but still no news of receiving the eBook Trick Photography and Special Effects. If you have a camera that has a burst flash mode feature - remember to try this idea and post your image in the PhotoExtremist Flickr Group or on Facebook.
If you would like to get the complete scoop and learn how to take more creative and unique shots with your DSLR, pick up my Trick Photography and Special Effects e-book and video course today!
Your book (Trick Photography and Special Effects) as well as the never-ending video series (Yay me and … Thank you!) is filled with awesome information and resources!
You are, as they say, ‘wise beyond your years;’ well, except perhaps not so much in the area of avian creatures (“a bird-thing”—I love it!).
The X21 is that it is a continuous lighting solution, not a short burst of light like flashes are.
I am thankful for all the informative and fun trainings that you so joyfully share with the world!

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