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Burning wire wool through a macro lens becomes a raging firestorm

When the whole wire wool thing was pretty cool and new a decade or more ago, many photographers stocked up. Then the idiots discovered it. These days, it’s become a bit of a boring and cliché subject. Some of us, though, still have mountains of the stuff sitting in our garage that we could never possibly use. [...] The post Burning wire wool through a macro lens becomes a raging firestorm appeared first on DIY Photography.
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