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Flames of Attraction by Doomsday-Dawn Flames of Attraction by Doomsday-Dawn
Passion is ignited in the flames of attraction.

Running way, way, way behind schedule, we missed our shoot window by six hours. The weather decided to cooperate, giving us uncharacteristic calm, and everything else fell perfectly into place for water, lighting, and fire.

Single exposure. 100% through the lens. Saturation boost, otherwise completely unmodified.

Models: Laura and Eden [link] [link]

Disclaimer: Fire. Water. Surrounded by electricity. This is some seriously dangerous stuff. Please don't try this at home.
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DracoLojack Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
interesting and inspiring arrangement.
DarkLordJJ Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2010
It's amazing to see such a shot made with real life effects -not computerized ones, it makes the shot more exciting and feel more more real and dangerous.
aimeebee Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
oh my dear lord.
PurpleWallflower Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2009
IsisMorningstar Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2009
It's absolutely wonderful... I can feel the passion between the two models and the fire just adds to it. You're work is amazing
dts3204 Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2009
I just stand in awe of your total body of work from the first shots of Crow and Malice, to this. You sir are a master of what you do.
LilNeko-Chan Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2009
Breath-taking piece!
PorcelainPoet Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2009
How is it that you and your models have survived this long? :o I'm seriously baffled and amazed at what you do!!! Your water/fire shoots are so brilliant!
Doomsday-Dawn Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2009
Luck favors fools?

I've certainly been lucky to work with some really amazing models who go the full distance and don't quit until the shot is in the camera.

Then, there's those models who don't exactly help you stay in line on the safety angle. [link]
PorcelainPoet Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2009
:lmao: I knew that was Perish hiding in the background.
That's hilarious.. at least I'm sure it is now that you can look back and laugh.
I seriously give you props for working with hazards like that for the sake of art.
It pays off. I've worked with live worms and animal guts.. but never water or fire.
There was a lit birthday cake I had on set, but your stuff indeed does take the cake! :)
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