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The wife of Tron!

By garethbrooks      
Light painting with my wife the other day!
1x 30 second (forgot my remote release)

Tags: Long exposure Specialist and abstract Light painting

Voters: JohnHawthorne, saeidNL, sadmurph and 5 more


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JohnHawthorne 11 1.7k 5 Scotland
8 Apr 2012 9:31PM
Very weird! I like it, but it would have been nice to have just a little lighting on the surroundings because I'm not too sure what I'm looking at. I like it all the same.

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8 Apr 2012 9:38PM
Thanks, it was a basically a test anyway to try out my circle tool. I only had 30 seconds to take the shot, I couldn't do any longer as I didn't have my remote Sad

I usually 'pre-light' the area first.

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saeidNL 7 3 Netherlands
8 Apr 2012 9:41PM
Great work,very well done,
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JohnHawthorne 11 1.7k 5 Scotland
8 Apr 2012 9:46PM
Wow - very nice! A lot of them look very weird, in a good way I mean. One thing to be careful of is to somehow make sure it doesn't look like someone has been playing around with the pen tool in Photoshop because I think that would spoil the 'wow' effect if you know what I mean. I'm not quite sure how you go about that though.
sadmurph 7 6
8 Apr 2012 9:52PM
Very creative, even though it was a test. Like it.
danmclean 10 1 Australia
8 Apr 2012 11:14PM
nice and interesting. also diffrent which is what i like,
9 Apr 2012 6:34PM

Quote:Wow - very nice! A lot of them look very weird, in a good way I mean. One thing to be careful of is to somehow make sure it doesn't look like someone has been playing around with the pen tool in Photoshop because I think that would spoil the 'wow' effect if you know what I mean. I'm not quite sure how you go about that though.

I know what you mean, i've got all the EXIF data on my Flickr photos. Hopefully that will be enough to prove this was all done in 1 exposure, without any photoshop (apart from resizing and watermarking). Smile

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