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annettep38 Plus
5 218 39 Costa Rica
19 Mar 2013 11:41AM
td5 2004, very clean Smile

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ColinEJ 10 21 17 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2013 1:11PM
On first sight, a shot of a Landrover Discovery. With a little more thought, I can see a very well conceived and executed shot, using light painting at the perfect time of day for this .... dusk. Night sky just doesn't work.

May I suggest: Stopping down even more to get a longer exposure of say 30 seconds, to allow you to run behind the disco and light the grass from underneath. That will give definition to the lower bumper and a little more to the cills. Aside from that, a great shot of a superb condition Discovery.
pablophotographer 5 628 253
19 Mar 2013 6:53PM
I agree with Colin on this, if I am not mistaken this technique was used for the advert of the last or one before last Toyota Rav4 (or was it the Nissan Qashqai?) "what have we created?"

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Neon 7 9 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2013 7:21PM
Thanks for the comments annettep38 and ColinEJ, though if you saw the car in daylight you may not be so generous! This technique seems to flatter cars.

I get your point about a little back lighting, I'm still trying to get an effect that I like. I tried it on the 'Qashqai' image previously but did it with a flash and didn't like the hotspots that created. The tube I painted this with dosen't seem to have enough power to throw light very far, probably time to try a torch!

I don't know if I'm breaking rules here but this is a layered image, each light streak on a seperate layer and blended in ps so it'd be fairly easy to add lighting under the car. I'll keep trying.
Neon 7 9 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2013 7:25PM
You're probably right Pablo, it's not a new technique, just my take on it! Smile

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