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A dry rose hip. This is one photographer who knows what a REAL photo shoot is – using a loaded weapon, a homemade camera and anything from carrots to Christmas decorations. Alan Sailer creates the dramatic images by blasting food and ornaments with a rifle before capturing the impact on a camera and flash he built in his garage. The 55-year-old bought parts off Ebay to create the $300 camera – which is based on the design of Harold Edgerton – and sets the shutter speed at a one se

A dry rose hip. This is one photographer who knows what a REAL photo shoot is - using a loaded weapon, a homemade camera and anything from carrots to Christmas decorations. Alan Sailer creates the dramatic images by blasting food and ornaments with a rifle before capturing the impact on a camera and flash he built in his garage. The 55-year-old bought parts off Ebay to create the $300 camera - which is based on the design of Harold Edgerton - and sets the shutter speed at a one se

A dry rose hip. This is one photographer who knows what a REAL photo shoot is - using a loaded weapon, a homemade camera and anything from carrots to Christmas decorations. Alan Sailer creates the dramatic images by blasting food and ornaments with a rifle before capturing the impact on a camera and flash he built in his garage. The 55-year-old bought parts off Ebay to create the $300 camera - which is based on the design of Harold Edgerton - and sets the shutter speed at a one se

A dry rose hip. This is one photographer who knows what a REAL photo shoot is - using a loaded weapon, a homemade camera and anything from carrots to Christmas decorations. Alan Sailer creates the dramatic images by blasting food and ornaments with a rifle before capturing the impact on a camera and flash he built in his garage. The 55-year-old bought parts off Ebay to create the $300 camera - which is based on the design of Harold Edgerton - and sets the shutter speed at a one se

A dry rose hip. This is one photographer who knows what a REAL photo shoot is - using a loaded weapon, a homemade camera and anything from carrots to Christmas decorations. Alan Sailer creates the dramatic images by blasting food and ornaments with a rifle before capturing the impact on a camera and flash he built in his garage. The 55-year-old bought parts off Ebay to create the $300 camera - which is based on the design of Harold Edgerton - and sets the shutter speed at a one se