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Comment by Heather Dart on August 4, 2011 at 11:41am
Awesome hoop!
Comment by Jeremiah Lusby on August 1, 2011 at 4:04pm
Halo, Awesome, I'm glad to hear you're loving your FoxFire=) Though the Phoenix is a complete rework of my hoops from the ground up, so the two have nothing in common and can't be upgraded, However, the Phoenix IS capable of all the old patterns on the FoxFire and those would actually have a longer battery life than the original FoxFire.
Comment by Sasha on July 26, 2011 at 12:02pm
wow

Student
Comment by Halo on July 23, 2011 at 6:51am
I have a Fox Fire hoop now and I LOVE it! Will you be able to program the Fox Fire hoop with the programs from the Phoenix hoop if I send it to you, or should I just buy a Phoenix?
Comment by Traci "CircularPraise" Bonney on July 21, 2011 at 10:50am
Great tip about the flash; I haven't been using it in my long exposure shots.  I'll have to try it next session.  Thanks!
Comment by Jeremiah Lusby on July 21, 2011 at 10:43am
The broken up trails in this picture is a result of the pattern of the hoop.

I'm not much of a photographer and I'm terrible with figuring out what settings to use as far as ISO, Shutter Speed, or whatever. I tend to mess around with it for a while until it looks good.. But a flash is a good way to get a non-blurry action shot.. even with a long exposure like this (2 seconds) the flash only flashes at the end, so you end up with the pretty trails, and finally one clean image of the performer and background. In this image I'd prefer to just have a black background so I'd try to position myself so that there wasn't anything immediately behind me for the flash to light up. (I'm thinking stand at the top of a hill so it 's just open space behind)
Comment by Traci "CircularPraise" Bonney on July 21, 2011 at 9:06am

Gorgeous!  I get solid light trails on my timed exposure shots; I love the way yours are broken up.

 

As for the blurriness, how do you get a non-blurry action shot?  Seems to me the only way is to move nothing but the hoop while the shutter is open, and I haven't found a way to do that yet.  If you have any photo tips, I'd love to know them.

Comment by leiruM on July 20, 2011 at 8:12pm
your hoops are beautiful! I'm definitely keeping you in my for my next hoop! and you make polypro leds which is awesome!
Comment by Nikki Osier on July 20, 2011 at 6:14pm
Maybe I'll save my money then, I looked at your site. Such pretty hoops!
Comment by Emilie Joy on July 20, 2011 at 5:41pm
B - A - You-tiful! xx

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