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Flash tubes shot with pinhole look like a space station from the industrial era

Ever wondered how your flash tube looks like when it actually fires? It looks like a space station. And not those hi-tech preppy stations too. It looks like what our great, great grandparents would have build for a space station. Photographer Hal Harrison took this to the test. Shooting a strobe tube is actually not an easy [...] The post Flash tubes shot with pinhole look like a space station from the industrial era appeared first on DIY Photography.
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