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January 19, 2013 - 7 went

Star Trails and Light Painting

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Added by A former member
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  • A former member

    This was actually my least favorite picture...but I thought I would play with it just the same. Had such a great time, thought I could at least share one.

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  • A former member

    Nice, Love DOF on this. Great comp.

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  • A former member

    Donda, did you flash fill that spire..or is that Photoshop? :-) JK current member of Photo, not WOW :-)

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  • A former member

    John, It was done with light painting. We were experimenting with nighttime light painting. I have loved the light painting I had done in studio but never outside. So this was a first time for me. It was done with a big strobe light on a long exposure.

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  • A former member

    Donda, nice! Did you print it? Might have a lot of print potential. I've painted architectural interiors...once did it with the engine room of an oil tanker, using Kodachrome (!) and a dozen flash exposures..worked beautifully.

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  • A former member

    Thanks for the suggestion...I might have to play with printing it. I wish I could have seen your setup on the oil tanker room. I bet it looked great.

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  • A former member

    Donda.. Sunpak 411 flash (like a Vivitar 283) off camera, Minolta Flashmeter. Good enough to pay a week's rent...wish I still had the slides. The engine room was gigantic, immaculate, and colorful. Shot from above at an angle. Little off-camera flashes can be amazing (I last used a couple of Vivitar 285s with radios).

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