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08-31-2018, 01:50 PM   #16
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Looks nice. Like fireflies race in long exposure
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Nice effect!
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10-01-2019, 07:30 AM   #17
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My second lightpainting attempt.
Am I going a little overboard as it is or should I even add more light to the picture?

Don't know what you are doing or how you are doing it but I like it.
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Would like to see a tutorial of how you did this!
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Don't know what you are doing or how you are doing it but I like it.
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Would like to see a tutorial of how you did this!
It's a combination of multible exposures combined in post (for this part there are several possible ways, depending on the software you use)
The lightsource for lightening the ground and playground framework was a ordinary flashlight (the whitish lights).
The yellowish light was a wicker ratten ball (I hope that's the correct translation) filled with a battery-powered chain of lights, that was thrown over the wooden bridge.
The green light was produced by a battery-powered luminescent tube (a special one that can change color via a remote control) with taped areas to produce the gaps between the light trails.

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QuoteOriginally posted by othar Quote
My second lightpainting attempt.
Am I going a little overboard as it is or should I even add more light to the picture?

Nicely done I don't think you went overboard.
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It's a combination of multible exposures combined in post (for this part there are several possible ways, depending on the software you use)The lightsource for lightening the ground and playground framework was a ordinary flashlight (the whitish lights).The yellowish light was a wicker ratten ball (I hope that's the correct translation) filled with a battery-powered chain of lights, that was thrown over the wooden bridge.The green light was produced by a battery-powered luminescent tube (a special one that can change color via a remote control) with taped areas to produce the gaps between the light trails
Nice, thanks! id like to try that later.
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My second lightpainting attempt.
Am I going a little overboard as it is or should I even add more light to the picture?

Someone was sweating by the end of it!
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Very impressive, draws you eyes in

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Nicely done I don't think you went overboard.
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Very impressive, draws you eyes inGreg
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My second lightpainting attempt.
Am I going a little overboard as it is or should I even add more light to the picture?

I like it othar. not too much at all. I think I would maybe get more light on the structure, but as it is, this is a good light painting image.
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I like it othar. not too much at all. I think I would maybe get more light on the structure, but as it is, this is a good light painting image.
Thanks for the input.
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