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Hot stuff: creating heat with Richard Foster

Celebrated photographer, Richard Foster recreates heat. His photographs capture a unique moment in time.

Words Catherine McMaster
Photography Richard Foster

Heat is primarily something that you can feel rather than see. But when it does make itself known to the eye its magical (and destructive) power is unmistakable. But how to show it off best Photographer Richard Foster had the answer. ‘We managed to create red-hot particles and contained them within geometric shapes,’ he says.

‘This was done with the camera open for between 10 and 30 seconds. It took many attempts but each picture is a one-take shot.’

And a once-in-a-lifetime moment captured forever.

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Hot stuff: creating heat with Richard Foster

Celebrated photographer, Richard Foster recreates heat. His photographs capture a unique moment in time.

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