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You have seen those amazing photos with the lightning bolts shooting out of everyday objects. Now it is your turn to learn how to make these pictures...
Warning this project involves extremely high voltages. I am not liable for any damages you cause to other people or yourself. SO have fun and be car...
For this project you will need: To Buy: Sheet Metal, Mine was 12x18 but you can go larger or smaller if you want ($5) Page protectors ($3 for 100)...
The discharge plate is the piece of metal that is under the insulator, it causes the metal object to try to discharge, but since the plastic is in the...
Since your plate is negative, there are no sparks, to get the sparks connect the other wire, the tough harder to bend wire to the POSITIVE side of the...
To take the picture you will need to move your setup into a dark room with a light you can turn on and off with out leaving the equiptment alone. Wi...
My table is tall and with my tripod i couldn't see the if the picture was centered or zoomed properly, so I took the cable that came with the camera t...
In the video At the beginning the plate is made of tinfoil. If you don't have easy acess to sheet metal or can't get to a store that sells it you ...
I don't have any pictures, but after so many objects or if the object has a sharp point that is sticking in to the page protector it will short out. ...
WIth the finished pictures you can leave as is or take a before and after picture and photoshop the lightning free picture in the light on to the next...
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Explanation is not good but i like results. Thanks
well this photo is completely seems to be fake.
You should be! because i find, you lack research on the subject matter you speak and criticise on. Do you know, Every subject on earth has its own sort of aura, which is basically an form of energy. Living organisms produce those vibes around them that is known as aura. for more intense definition, the distinctive atmosphere or quality that seems to surround and be generated by a person, thing, or place. well, basically that energy or every energy in its natural form is invisible or its invisible to our normal eyes. To catch them in the photographic medium or to make them visible by our eyes, we need to electrify the subject. Which absolutely no where could be defined as the way you are doing. High voltage (which is electric energy itself) pumps up the aura or that energy which we vibrates. and helps us to capture them on our photosensitive films. if your opinions says that, its nothing but capturing image of static electricity then try capturing static electricity which will give you optimum results and not just minute current passing through your body or your subject. cause i would like to see the results and yes i am open to change my beliefs about this particular project. I welcome new developments. well, I would suggest, you should do more research on basics on this topic and then you might understand what is it? because as of now it seems to me that you are not aware of basics and which is why you are not finding it justified and making you think like this. because there are books and documents available on this subject also few useful videos online. that clearly shows the transformation of aura with the emotions of a person (subject). if what you are saying is right then that static electricity should be affecting by the connection between the mood of a person and aura. isnt it?
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