Invisible Canvas - Light Paint a Scene in One Exposure
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Many moons ago, when I got my first digital point & shoot and discovered shutter speeds, the first thing I tried was light painting. All these years later, I'm not much better at it but still love try it out every once in a while. Let's see what you can do on an invisible canvas. LEDs, flashlights, sparklers, glowsticks... whatever floats your boat. NO ABSTRACT WORK (what I usually refer to as "raver shots"). Paint a picture with recognizable elements (flowers, trees, people, animals, etc). Also, you must paint the entire image in ONE EXPOSURE. No stacking or photoshopping multiple shots together. There's something exciting about having to paint multiple elements in a single exposure.
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This is a TV Yellow Telecaster, on a Dark Blue wall. I tried to do a diffused light around the edges and more focused intense light on strings and body.
|Submitted:||Thursday, 3rd May, 2012 21:17 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Thursday, 3rd May, 2012|
|Focal length:||4.8 mm|
|Shutter speed:||20 sec|
|Notes:||This was a one shot 20 sec exposure.|
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