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  • Light Painting

    Some old light painting attempts from my archives over the years.
    Regards,
    Tim Morty

    http://about.me/timothymorty

  • #2
    Welcome Medraught, nice work. I like #4 the most
    Canon 7D, 500D, 18-55 & 55-250 , 70-300L , 100-400L, Canon SX10 IS, Sigma 24-70, Sigma 10-20
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    • #3
      Nice set, I think #3 is my fav. TFS!
      Perry
      I'm not a photographer, but I play one on the Internet.
      (mostly)HDR
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      • #4
        Very good photos and beautful as we must appriciate the work that are beautifull and attractive. There are many persons that like to make the picture and want to save their own memories forever.
        Last edited by sdh93; 12-22-2012, 10:14 AM.

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        • #5
          why don't you post your setup and how you did it to help others who might want to have a try?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Minicooper View Post
            Welcome Medraught, nice work. I like #4 the most
            agreed....Car light trails are easy to do....your light painting per se is a bit all over the place...but I have found it is (light painting) very ADDICTIVE!
            Amatuer Photographer and Light Painter
            Sony A290 DSLR w/ 18-55mm
            Nikon D5100 w/ AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm
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            Southern Born, Southern Bred!

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            • #7
              My attempt at light painting



              We used a little dollar store book light. At first we tried having one of us write "live laugh love" while the other wrote "photography" but we still just didn't have enough time.

              Since we had to stand behind the light, we just wrote everything backwards from right to left.... I think it turned out pretty good considering!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mrsdixon926 View Post


                We used a little dollar store book light. At first we tried having one of us write "live laugh love" while the other wrote "photography" but we still just didn't have enough time.

                Since we had to stand behind the light, we just wrote everything backwards from right to left.... I think it turned out pretty good considering!
                I tried to attach a picture but not sure if it worked?

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