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Just playing around with lights.
If your a light painter or interested in light painting check out this new light painting group Shining Light on Cancer. Thanks.
www.flickr.com/groups/1545026@N24/

I added a lightman tutorial to Shining Light on Cancer, so if you want to know how I make these check it out.
Flickr: Discussing How to make a Lightman in Shining Light on Cancer
www.flickr.com/groups/1545026@N24/discuss/72157626423083167/

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  1. Aty Lightgraff 36 months ago | reply

    vraiment impressionnant le rendu ;)

  2. Xavier de Bordeaux 36 months ago | reply

    exposition 395seconds ????

  3. Schlaich 36 months ago | reply

    Not sure what the translation is but thanks for the comment.
    Yeah, I take a lot of time to make these figures, I went with the ISO 200 F/5.6 so I could move quicker with the ribbon arms, normally I use ISO 100 at f/9.

  4. Xavier de Bordeaux 36 months ago | reply

    aty said that the result is very impressive

  5. Schlaich 36 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the translation.

  6. Xavier de Bordeaux 36 months ago | reply

    i'd like to try but what kind of led ? what's the way ? :)

  7. Schlaich 36 months ago | reply

    I use an electric glow stick. Here are some links to the tools I use and a tutorial on how I make the lightman in my group Shining Light on Cancer were getting donated light paintings to create a book to raise money for a cancer charity. www.flickr.com/groups/1545026@N24/discuss/72157625775933441/

    www.flickr.com/groups/1545026@N24/discuss/72157626423083167/

  8. FDU4 36 months ago | reply

    wow wow wow!

  9. Schlaich 36 months ago | reply

    Thanks, this was fun.

  10. Light Saver 36 months ago | reply

    After reading your comments and those of others, I can say I do see the humor in this awesome image, however when coupled with your description it takes on a meaning (to me anyway) of people and how we can try to reach out to others in their times of need, or when we need others in our own times of need. Its as if the body on the left is more "complete" and "normal" where the one on the right has begun to have its "light" break down and is reaching out for help, or a hug.

    It is a moving image. I'm so glad to have stumbled up on it.

    Seen in Light Junkies

  11. Schlaich 36 months ago | reply

    That's a beautiful description to this photo that I didn't even think about. I know going through chemo and radiation and times when my friends died from cancer I did feel like there's something missing in myself "light" break down and some times just a simple hug can help. Thanks for your comment it gives me some thing to think about.

  12. Vihh 36 months ago | reply

    Wonderful Image!

    Fantasy ✱ ✱ Surreal
    If you haven't already please Join !

  13. ♥DonnazMagicalPix♥ 36 months ago | reply

    Wonderful Image!

    Fantasy ✱ ✱ Surreal
    If you haven't already, please Join !

  14. Schlaich 36 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the invites but I don't like awards in my comments so I avoid those groups.

  15. karadekid 34 months ago | reply

    Awesome photo !!!! cool work

  16. MarcoIE 34 months ago | reply

    It rocks!!

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