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  • #16
    Originally posted by surrrrreal. View Post
    i had a piece of white paper over my light and it was still pretty bright
    Three letters, LED. small, bright, but not too bright. also, what's your ISO?
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    • #17
      Thanks for sharing! These are awesome! *Might try it tonight!*
      -- Shelly
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      • #18
        this thread is great!.....there just aren't enough tutorials offered here.....thanks so much for the offering.....

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        • #19
          I just saw an image of a naked girl wrapped in light painting today and I thought, "I have GOT to try this! How does it work?!" And then I came here and I found this. YAY! I can't wait to try it out, my husband wants to see if we can manage it later tonight. Thanks!
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          • #20
            Here's my result - I had to improvise with the focusing, as I didn't have anybody home at the time to focus for me! I focused on the chair next to where I was planning to stand, then just moved the camera over. I used a regular flashlight with purple tissue paper held over the end. f/8 and an 8 second exposure at ISO100.

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            Thanks for the idea!
            -- Shelly
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            • #21
              Looks great! Good job.
              NIKON D80 - 18 - 135 mm/90mm Tamron / Nikon 70-300mm / Nikon 50mm

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              • #22
                Nice tutorial. I have to try that one.
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Liz Caldwell View Post
                  Three letters, LED. small, bright, but not too bright. also, what's your ISO?
                  My ISO is 200.

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                  • #24
                    Very Cool...

                    This is extreamly cool. I love looking at these different tutorials and expanding my horizons of creativity. Thanks for the tutorial. I'm seeing some very clean shots. Nice work.
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                    • #25
                      I've played with light painting before...it's so fun!
                      But I didn't realize the color changes due to the speed you paint it until now!

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                      • #26
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                        I took this over the weekend, used a longer exposure (30 sec)
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                        • #27
                          Very cool. I love how this turned out.
                          NIKON D80 - 18 - 135 mm/90mm Tamron / Nikon 70-300mm / Nikon 50mm

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                          • #28
                            what a fun concept! it will be hard to prove to my friends that I didn't do it on photoshop though see if i can try this some day.
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                            • #29
                              Maybe you will have to do this with your friends.....either way, have fun!
                              NIKON D80 - 18 - 135 mm/90mm Tamron / Nikon 70-300mm / Nikon 50mm

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by l2a3m View Post
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                                I took this over the weekend, used a longer exposure (30 sec)
                                Wow that is so cool, I want to try that!

                                I tried this last night - I got a couple of good shots - I wrote backwards though because I dont know how to flip an image!





                                However, I got LOADS of shots where the room lit up, do you know why this could have been? Like this:


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