French photographer David Keochkerian doesn't live in our dimension. Where he's from, one is under constant threat of blinding light-rings forming absolutely anywhere, and showering the surrounding area with a deluge of sparks. Lucky for us, Keochkerian is cool under fire, and has these awesome photos to prove it.
So, how does he do it? The exact specifics aren't clear (we're pulling from several sources translated from French), but it's clear in the photos that Keochkerian is photographing moving lights (sparklers spun around at arm's length) with a slow shutter speed (anywhere from three to eight seconds, according to some of his photo uploads).
If you like what you see here, you should definitely give Keochkerian's spark-less photography a look, too.
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