Light Painting inside an old Military Fuel Tank
Something different from the underground forest near Berlin with my neighbors.
When we went to an old military facility there were two huge tanks that we went, here you see the first 2 shots of the second tank yet bigger of the night I share here today. We were particularly interested in looking 'into' two of the fuel tanks. The tanks are empty for 30 years and aren't smelling much like gas anymore. So that was good news.
For both images, I used a blue flashlight on the ghost and then lit up the tank walls in slightly different color settings.
Would have loved to use also some fireworks but to be honest we did not exactly feel safe. What if there are some fumes left that can ignite? Anyhow super scary, probably not dangerous yet better safe than sorry.
I really hope you liked what you saw and this was informative and maybe also inspirational. If you have more questions please do not hesitate. I am happy to share my knowledge.
Gunnar Heilmann Photogrpahy
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