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author Christel Green
title The Magic Touch
date10/22/2000 1:35:00 PM
detailsCanon PowerShot Pro70, burst mode, light from plasma sphere only.
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1 Terry Forrest (Teresa Forrest)   (10/22/2000 1:42:00 PM)
Lovely colors, outstanding creative look, please tell me and everyone else more about this!
2 Christel Green   (10/22/2000 1:51:00 PM)
Thanks Terry :) The subject is also known as a Tesla sphere, invented by Nicola Tesla for some experiment with electricity. The glass sphere is filled with gas (which one I´m not sure) and an electric current sends a flow of electrons through the gas which causes the coloured bands. If you touch the sphere the electron trails will concentrate about the area you touch - that is the hot white area on the picture. I put the sphere in a totally dark room and experimented with different settings - this is the shot I liked best. Unfortunately I only have a cheap "disco version" of the sphere. Teslas original was much larger and all blue.
3 Kim Adams (Let's go Cardinals! )   (10/22/2000 3:55:00 PM)
My 11 year old son, Zac, studied this very thing last week in Science Class. He was very intriqued with this photo.
Very creative. Love the colors.
4 Bill Taylor   (10/22/2000 6:00:00 PM)
Looks pretty nifty and cool to me.(8)
5 Roger Ranney (Don't block the shot)   (10/22/2000 6:44:00 PM)
This is scary, Christel. I just took a shot at one of these yesterday. I hope that doesn't mean we're starting to think alike :-( This is a very eye catching subject and cool to shoot. nice job. 7.5
6 Peter Voerman   (10/23/2000 1:26:00 AM)
I like it very much. Great choice of subject, and photographed excellent ...Something for on the wall !
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