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Castle Beach – Basic Light Painting with a Single Torch | by williamcho
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Castle Beach – Basic Light Painting with a Single Torch

At blue hour, I used a standard torch to light up the Sand Castles. Set cam on tripod with exposure at 30 secs & aperture on F7. Light up the Sand Castles on selective points using a single torchlight. One element at a time (approx 10 secs for each element). For each element I will burn more on selected spots to highlight key areas. Some available light coming from my right helps to fill part of it.


About Castle Beach (for those who just login)


Castle Beach is a social enterprise that aims to promote family bonding through building sandcastles, as well as impart valuable lessons to children. It is located on the stretch of beach near Car Park E2 and East Coast Food Village, Singapore


Castle Beach , a non-profit organisation, has also helped hundreds of under-privileged children from children's homes and orphanages through its sandcastle building activities.


Founder of Castle Beach: Alvin Lee


pp: Not a HDR. Light painting with Equalize & Multiply blending on clouds. Cloned off unwanted barricade. Finish off with light sharpening and contrast. Crop as desired

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Taken on January 19, 2010