Light Paint!


wind08

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Hello, this thread will be my own lightpainting sharing thread!!

Do comment :D







 

Chlnny

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how to do one? superb pictures anyway!!
 

joyeo

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what settings to do for light paint. has always be interested in this area..
 

J-Chan

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what settings to do for light paint. has always be interested in this area..
You need a tripod, a relatively dark environment and a long shutter speed like 10secs.. Literally you paint with light by waving the light source around..
 

ziploc

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Aside from what J-Chan mentioned, don't forget the light source for the main subject too (flash, etc).

Btw (to TS), it would even be better if money is flying out of the piggybank! :D
 

joyeo

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You need a tripod, a relatively dark environment and a long shutter speed like 10secs.. Literally you paint with light by waving the light source around..
ya i did it in dark environment too.. but that time was doing with my d-cam..but the effects is not very good lorr... now goona get a dslr to play with..
 

wind08

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how to do one? superb pictures anyway!!
thanks!!! most of my pictures are done in pitch black conditions... apecture at the smallest, and wireless remote shutter trigger :)... just paint what you want with light sticks, or torch lights... currently this series i used torchlight with 2 different light.. the SAF kind!

what settings to do for light paint. has always be interested in this area..
F22 to F29 and exposure time i dont know, i use bulb mode !

Aside from what J-Chan mentioned, don't forget the light source for the main subject too (flash, etc).

Btw (to TS), it would even be better if money is flying out of the piggybank! :D
as i dont have external flash, i used torchlight to light up my subject :) i like the money idea!!

can i use torch light or mag light ? pls advice
yes you can!!
 

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superb! great idea! keep it up! love the stick man.. make me laugh haha.. awesome dude!!
 

Linnl71

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Nice series!

Must have taken plenty of tries huh..

Keep it up :thumbsup:
 

cabbySHE

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I like this type of pictures, a certain kind of mystery is in it, especially for the newbie...how to create it is already a myth..:)

To paint / form the figure sitting on the bed is really a tough task, not surprising more than 10 shots were done.

It shows that creativity can begins from the dark, in a corner of a room or something simple, not necessary must go down to Orchard road to document those artificial lighting deco.

But here.... a lot of thought has go into it...plenty of Effort...Time fly when doing it...with literally ZERO cost...and the best thing is...no need to catch the last train or bus,coz the bed is just next to you :bsmilie:

And one very important thing....NOT forgeting to bring along Mr. Patience....needs him around for the whole session, otherwise better off to watch a movie.
 

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wind08

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thanks cabbyshe! :)

here's one...

Colonel's Fury


 

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