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Phlearn Inspired Light Painting by Clay Cook

By Emily Cariaga on July 18th 2013

In the spirit of summer, Clay Cook has collaborated with Gunnar Deatherage and NFocus Magazine for an sparkler/light painting photoshoot.

[Rewind: Check out the original inspiration by Phlearn here.]

The warm colors, beautiful models, and amazing sparks make this an altogether gorgeous shoot in my opinion. What do you guys think?








Behind the Scenes Video

Clay also created a behind the scenes video so all of you can try your hand at light painting with sparklers too, check it out:

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Emily is a Lead Photographer at Lin and Jirsa Photography in Orange County, CA. She loves kittens, camping and sleeping in.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Paola Weller

    Really nice!!!!!

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  2. Anthony McFarlane

    Awesome! I know Im doing this weekend!!!

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  3. liz gopwani

    I absolutely love you work and tutorial. I will be trying it out soon enough. thanks

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  4. Jason McDonald

    I wonder what kind of measures one takes to prevent fires (Outside in the forest)??
    Would there be a big difference with setting off the strobes remotely at the end vs at the beginning?

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