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Old World and New

By mikehit
This was my second attempt at light painting.
Up on Stanage Edge in Derbyshire are a cluster of cut millstones and I liked the combination of these markers of the early industrial age with the modern lights and car trails below.
With a 50-second exposure I lit the stones with three shots from my flashgun/softbox

Tags: Landscape Derbyshire Light painting Millstones Flash and lighting

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Rende 11 38 4 Netherlands
28 May 2013 12:41PM
Well composed, intriguing image.
As to your question; it was an orange poppy, the colour came out pretty accurate, maybe because it wasn't in direct sunlight.
The underexposing was because of the dark background.

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28 Jun 2013 11:02PM
What a great image and well done Mike.Thank you for telling me the name of the flower..Lin
xwang 9 56 8
30 Aug 2013 8:43PM
That's a great shot.. I really like it. The colour and light contrast is wonderful... I don't know anything about low light photography, I think, personally, I would brighten the foreground a little.

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