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PostPosted: Mon Dec 01, 2008 10:27 am 
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And you said this was your first try? Then it´s even more awesome, really great pics.

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I figured I may as well post up couple of my old experiments. Like Paukl, I used a flashlight outside but I was just going crazy rather than making shapes.

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these pictures are awesome. in the first set, how did you manage to stay out of the photos yourself?

does anyone know where to find a how to write up for this technique?

again, crazy, awesome shots. wow

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Nice things there mate,

Have you seen what i got to offer?

Here is a lill taste of it,

Check out the rest HERE

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this is driving me crazy. haha. how are you guys taking these shots without yourself leaving a blur while running around making these shapes? or am i thinking your doing this completely wrong. please enlighten me. :-)

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ya, that's what i'm wondering as well.
how did u manage to avoid being in the photo?

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These are long exposures. As long as you wear something dark and keep moving, the light from you would be small compared to the rest of the scene making you practically invisible.

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finally got a chance to mess around with this! here are a couple:

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taken with my 18-55 kit lens, cable release, shutter speed on bulb with a small led flashlight with a sock over it to make it less bright

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this rules mate i need to start doing some of this!! god im lazy!

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