Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

Photographer Anick Morel takes a new twist on the old burning lightbulb photograph. Instead of photographing the bulb in profile, she places a glass above the broken bulb and photographs the smoke formations caused from hitting the glass.

Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

To illustrate the process, here is a diagram that explains the setup:

Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

and here are the resulting photographs, all done in camera, with the ones displaying super heroes have a printed transparency over the glass.

Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

Photographs Of Smoke From Burnt Light Bulbs Hitting Glass

To read more on process behind those shoots, head over to a full post explaining the concept and ideas behind those photographs.

[Anick Morel (gallery) via Von Wong]

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