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Jan 24, 2011 00:40 |  #1

Just something I was trying out this weekend. I'm new to light painting, so I'm still learning. I had this idea in my head to create this shot. I know I still need to work on it and this is just the beginning of my light painting. ( I know the location sucks, I just stopped near a freeway to try this out.)

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Jan 24, 2011 00:57 |  #2

Neat - how do you do that?




  
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Jan 25, 2011 10:24 |  #3

rick_reno wrote in post #11702554 (external link)
Neat - how do you do that?

I set a 30sec. exposure and used my flashlight to light my hands. However, the light I used was really powerful (Surefire G2) so it blew out parts of my hand. I'll have to find a weaker light next time.


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Jan 25, 2011 13:45 |  #4

Great twist on a tuff technique


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Jan 26, 2011 17:00 |  #5

You realize someone might come along and think this is a massive haunting picture.. :P

I like it.


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