18.04.2012 in21:28 in Miscellaneous -->
Rainbow from the candle
All we see a rainbow after the rain, but who saw a multicolored effect of extinguishing the candles? Photographer Grover Schrayer managed to capture this amazing phenomenon. His series of photographs of candles is a romantic and mysterious at the same time.
Amazing shot by Grover Schrayer. He explains it:
“I shot it with my Fuji Finepix S8100fd, with a Raynox M-250 macro lens attached. I shot at 1/1000th or higher, using the camera’s built-in flash. The built -in flash gave me head-on illumination of the smoke, and that head-on lighting allowed me to pick up the refraction through the droplets of wax. Any other angle of illumination would not produce the rainbow effect. The hardest part was getting the camera to focus on just the right part of the smoke. I focused on the wick, or the edge of the flame, had the shutter button half-pressed and ready, and blew out the candle and snapped very quickly. Most of the time the results were less than spectacular, but when the smoke and the timing cooperated, I got shots like this…” Rainbow Fringe”