Decided in the morning that we were going out shooting this foggy Saturday night. Wanted to take my friend Brian, a fellow photographer who only shoots landscapes, out and show him the other more exciting, creative and most importantly fun side of photography.
So Brian, my son and I set out around 9pm to shoot some spinning steel wool shots and possibly some make shift molotov cocktail images. First stop was this short, steel train bridge in north Portland. I had scoped it out a few days and figured it would make for a great shot with the sparks illuminating the bridge. It took a bit for our wool spinner to get out on the bridge and get going because he is afraid of heights and could see how high up it was through the train tracks. Once he got the first spin out of the way it was a piece of cake. We did a few takes and decided to call it quits once we saw a cop car slowly roll by with his spot light on the sides of the road.
Next spot was a tunnel in a closed off area off a freeway i ...
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