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J-Chan

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a continuation of my previous thread..


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noob117

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i am guessing its in a dark room and the person is swinging a lightstick round during a long exposure?
 

J-Chan

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Nice. It's unique. How do u do this?
thanks.. make a guess..

i am guessing its in a dark room and the person is swinging a lightstick round during a long exposure?
hmm.. its possible to get the same effect, but thats not how I did the pics..
 

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Dark floor, hang a flashlight/colored source with a string on top, then let it freely swing to get a uniform, sequential pattern.

Need to make the background darker, though... too much diffused/scattered light captured
 

J-Chan

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hm... is it something call painting with light?

SOmething like this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqT7mEdrF-0
similar.. thanks for sharing the video anyway..

Dark floor, hang a flashlight/colored source with a string on top, then let it freely swing to get a uniform, sequential pattern.

Need to make the background darker, though... too much diffused/scattered light captured
nope not by swinging anything.. I'll give a hint: rotation, angular momentum..
 

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swinging a string with a light source at the end? but it looks like a strip of light instead of a point source at the end. intriguing
 

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looking at the light patterns, i would guess that its a pulsating light source.. like running christmas lights or something similar. I've attempted these experimental shots too.. but with a different kind of light and manually moving it.
 

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its not as complex as you think it is..
 

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