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Light Painting Roses

 
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Apr 15, 2017 06:40 |  #1

As I slowly warm to the Olympus EM 1 Mark II, I'm starting to explore some of its (new to me) features. This is my first attempt at using Live Composite. I guess the typical use cases are star trails and fireworks, but I'm not a night owl. So, a rose and a dimly lit laundry room are my starting point. "Perfect Moment" lit three ways. If nothing else, it is an interesting study in how lighting changes the apparent shape of the subject.

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Apr 15, 2017 07:35 |  #2

nice photos.


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Apr 15, 2017 07:58 |  #3

Nice light painting. The light seems warm, not what I would expect from the current glut of (cold) LED-based products. What did you use?


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Apr 15, 2017 07:59 |  #4

Picture North Carolina wrote in post #18328472 (external link)
Nice light painting. The light seems warm, not what I would expect from the current glut of (cold) LED-based products. What did you use?

Thanks. I used a Fenix LD22 flashlight, with some cinefoil as a snoot.




  
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