|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Depending on particle size, smoke can be visible or invisible to the naked eye. This is best illustrated when toasting bread in a toaster. As the bread heats up, the products of combustion increase in size. The particles produced initially are invisible but become visible if the toast is burned.|
Smoke from a typical house fire contains hundreds of different chemicals and fumes. As a result, the damage caused by the smoke can often exceed that caused by the actual heat of the fire. In addition to the physical damage caused by the smoke of a fire – which manifests itself in the form of stains – is the often even harder to eliminate problem of a smoky odor. Just as there are contractors that specialize in rebuilding/repairing homes that have been damaged by fire and smoke, fabric restoration companies specialize in restoring fabrics that have been damaged in a fire.
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I like the abstract feel of this photo and the tall framing format makes it seem longer than it is. I think the way you have the scene lit to photograph the smoke is also well done. I question your notes, not because they are not interesting but your lack of effort in them.
Oh well, it's still a very nice photo.
- [2009-10-14 2:00]
Beautiful abstract shot...
Beautiful [email protected] with so nice tones...
finess, abstract movement,
I like very much,
have a good day,
dd, ile de la Réunion