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Featured work in 'Digital Camera Magazine' Issue 70


yellowmunky 10 127 1 Wales
10 Feb 2008 1:22AM
For anyone who's remotely interested, Issue 70 of 'Digital Camera Magazine' is out now, and a wee snippet on the cover leads you into a 6 page feature of my Light Graffiti photography along with my tutorial on why waving a torch like a loon is a good idea...

Some of it is unseen work, and some of it is from my website...

Anyway, just thought I'd let you all know... I'm chuffed as chuffed can be

Yellow munky

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uggyy 9 2.1k 9 Scotland
10 Feb 2008 1:35AM
Grats, its a nice feeling seeing your images in a mag published Smile

Will keep an eye out for it..
yellowmunky 10 127 1 Wales
10 Feb 2008 2:23AM

Quote:Grats, its a nice feeling seeing your images in a mag published

Will keep an eye out for it..



It's the second time I've had commissioned work with the mag; and each time it feels awesome Smile
User_Removed 11 17.9k 8 Norway
10 Feb 2008 9:41AM
Congratulations Mike. Just found your PF because of this thread and your torch-based work is very good - and very thought provoking... Again - well done. Smile
ian walker 10 716 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2008 9:45AM

Quote:Congratulations Mike. Just found your PF because of this thread and your torch-based work is very good - and very thought provoking... Again - well done.


ditto Smile
sherlob Plus
9 2.6k 126 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2008 11:11AM
Congrats - I'm in the same boat as Mike. How you keep track of the torch to draw your aliens is amazing - I can't even write my name!

Adam
Coleslaw 9 13.4k 28 Wales
10 Feb 2008 11:16AM
about time too.
your work is truly amazing.
Rob_Taylor 11 660 5 Wales
10 Feb 2008 11:35AM
Congrats, I've just been to check out your portfolio to see what Mike is talking about ...those torch pictures are great, my kids want to have a go at that so I'll be out in the dark tonight!!
What sort of length exposures should I use as a starting point?

Rob
yellowmunky 10 127 1 Wales
10 Feb 2008 5:47PM
Cheers amigos.

Rob, switch to manual mode, use bulb setting, low ISO to reduce noise, set an fstop of f11 and step up or down according to ambient light and length of time doing the light sculpture. get yourself a cable release with a shutter lock. In the magazine, i go into vast amounts of detail, but I hope this diluted version helps Smile

Michael
User_Removed 11 17.9k 8 Norway
10 Feb 2008 7:22PM
You're now a marked man Mike!!

Wink
Rob_Taylor 11 660 5 Wales
10 Feb 2008 7:31PM
Thanks Michael, I'll give it a go when I get the chance Smile
tomcat Plus
9 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2008 7:31PM
Three cheers Tongue

Adrian
yellowmunky 10 127 1 Wales
10 Feb 2008 7:32PM

Quote:You're now a marked man Mike!!


heh heh! Grin
yellowmunky 10 127 1 Wales
10 Feb 2008 7:33PM
bobsy, Adrian, cheers amigos Smile
rowarrior 7 4.4k 9 Scotland
10 Feb 2008 7:58PM
Congrats, very cool pf

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