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Pouring Light
Pouring Light
millsa


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Free Study 2009-02 (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Nikon D90
Lens: Nikon AF-S DX 18-105 f/3.5-5.6 ED VR
Location: Melbourne
Date: Feb 25, 2009
Aperture: f6.3
ISO: 200
Shutter: 8sec
Galleries: Abstract, Still Life
Date Uploaded: Feb 27, 2009

a LED, battery, switch and resistor, plus a cordless drill and vase, and wallah. Have absolutely no idea what it will score, sub 5 or 6s wouldn't surprise me! But I like it :)

Post challenge,
Looks like a few other liked it to. thanks guys. I might write a tutorial on how I did this if people are interested.

Statistics
Place: 58 out of 436
Avg (all users): 6.2273
Avg (commenters): 7.6667
Avg (participants): 6.1250
Avg (non-participants): 6.4400
Views since voting: 1069
Views during voting: 289
Votes: 154
Comments: 17
Favorites: 3 (view)


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07/22/2009 07:38:32 AM
This is really cool, please post the "How to"
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03/09/2009 08:46:39 PM
yes please tell us how you did this...AWESOME!!
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03/09/2009 06:26:47 PM
This is very well done. Can you please tell us some details how you did it. Thank you so much. Nella
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03/08/2009 11:04:14 AM
Very cool. I'd be interested to learn how you did this.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/07/2009 11:22:08 PM
Wow how did you do that?
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03/07/2009 05:47:29 PM
Absolutely perfect! 10
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03/07/2009 06:05:59 AM
I'm always in awe of these, I've never been able to do it :)
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03/06/2009 10:36:15 PM
I'm amazed at how you got the light to look so perfect! I bet I could try this a hundred times or more and not get it right.
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03/05/2009 08:14:09 PM
Very interesting shot. I'm kind of getting tired of "painting with light" shots - - but this is really fantastic. Great job!
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03/05/2009 06:56:11 PM
It's nice to see people working with light painting. IMO - you did an amzing job with this concept. The choice of red here is excellent. I'm glad to see the light coming from the bottom where the light started. Love how it does that on its own. Plus, the glass gives it alignment until it reaches the top where it flows natrually. Good choice on the border as well. 10
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03/04/2009 11:36:20 AM
great shot
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03/03/2009 10:09:47 PM
Nice idea and well executed.
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03/03/2009 07:04:12 PM
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03/02/2009 09:41:10 PM
Very fun to see, not so easy to do so well. How many times did you have to attempt this before getting the effect you wanted?
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03/01/2009 07:06:32 PM
This would be really cool if you tilted the shot to make it look like the light was being poured out. Either way, its a nice take on painting with light.
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03/01/2009 01:33:46 PM
this is an interesting idea...great creative thinking here...not exactly sure how you achieved this shot---I also like the frame around the photo..in fact I think it could have even been thicker..
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03/01/2009 03:57:43 AM
Great stuff look forward to reading how you did it (8) from me
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