Back in late January, on a quite chilly Saturday evening, a group of photographers including myself gathered at Big Creek Lake to do some steel wool photography on the snow and ice. I hadn’t dabbled into the world of steel wool photography, but found it quite a fun time and interesting photography subject. Thanks to Willard Sharp hosting and leading this session!
It’s truely hard to believe that doing something as simple as what’s featured in this video, produces images as below.
A few of my photos from the session are below. These were shot at ISO 100 with a time frame of 15-20 seconds.