Light Stand

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    The stand is from a utility light. An led bar I found at walmart is taped to a paint roller, which fits perfectly onto the top of the stand.

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    1. i k o 48 months ago | reply

      very well done! creative tools

    2. jediimind 48 months ago | reply

      gotta love the MacGyverism that is Light Painting

    3. DaMongMan 48 months ago | reply

      Nice, orb results so much better stationary....

    4. Galway Pete. 48 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing Tricks of the trade .Great idea Dennis.

    5. Darius twin 48 months ago | reply

      that was clever.. and very resourceful as tdub has pointed out.. thanks for sharing!

    6. Patrick Brosset 48 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing

    7. mxing✪m 48 months ago | reply

      great work!

    8. Japhy Riddle 48 months ago | reply

      That really is totally excellent. I've never seen an effect like this done practically.

    9. Ashish_Clickbug 48 months ago | reply

      thanks dennis for sharing ur toys....anyways great pic...always love ur work

    10. Christoph Alexander Martsch 48 months ago | reply

      Simple but beautiful :)

    11. arcreyes [-ratamahatta-] 47 months ago | reply

      thanks for sharing! I wanna try this sometime!

    12. Schlaich 47 months ago | reply

      awesome idea, thanks for sharing it's such a cool idea and the results are amazing

    13. pssweany 47 months ago | reply

      nice, this is great! I've got one of those light stands that's broken. maybe I'll see if I can put one together sometime. thanks for sharing!

    14. DestinWS 46 months ago | reply

      Looks like Bama ingenuity to me!

    15. Josh Hayden : Imaging 45 months ago | reply

      This is how I make orbs!

    16. Catch-light 43 months ago | reply

      dude this is so your trademark-----massive props for sharing

    17. jah~ 32 months ago | reply

      So this is where it all began...

    18. RRpht 26 months ago | reply

      I tryed this but couldn't quite get the paint roller stable enough, so I scrapped the paint roller and screwed an old tripod head to my tripod (2 heads on the tripod) then just attached the lights to the second head, worked a treat :) and can now have it on an angle, check it out.. just need to go out and use it now

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