supa mega ultra lightning babe

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    Playing around with long exposure shots and a flash light. I always felt she was ... well ... different.

    koDesign, PIXistenz, Pieter Pieterse, and 28 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Arpan_Kaushal 82 months ago | reply

      Railgun shot from the eye...
      Xwoman..
      Nice shot... :)

    2. asis k. chatt 82 months ago | reply

      Something differenT (Comment on most interesting pics)
      Wow!

    3. Jerrett Taylor [deleted] 82 months ago | reply

      haha, that's awesome :)

    4. Patrick Brosset 82 months ago | reply

      Thanks you guys!

    5. M & G 82 months ago | reply

      What a fun image. Great work!

    6. koDesign 82 months ago | reply

      Ohhhh shit... That's absolutly amazing!

    7. Patrick Brosset 82 months ago | reply

      He he, thanks people!

    8. ardi jabar 82 months ago | reply

      amazing. great work

    9. airencracken 82 months ago | reply

      Woah crazy. So many things this could be.

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    10. Patrick Brosset 82 months ago | reply

      Thanks again to all of you. You should try stuff like that, it's really fun. Just need somewhere stable to put the camera where you are sure it won't move during the whole time of the shooting (around 20 seconds for this one I think), a camera that you can set the exposition time with, objects, people or whatever you want and a flashlight.
      You can then "draw" any shape you want in the air and the light will be recorded on the sensor or film in the camera. The person doing the actual drawing will move too quickly and the scene will be too dark for it to be visible on the photo, so you end up with light suspended in the air. It's real fun and possibilities are endless. You can even draw stuff and interact with them afterward. Say you draw circle like a ball or something, then you can just stand by it as if you were holding it for a long time without moving and you will be visible on the photo too.
      Anyway, enough blah blah.

    11. Pieter Pieterse 81 months ago | reply

      Great Work, Mate. Really wicked! Well done!

    12. Patrick Brosset 81 months ago | reply

      Thanks Pieter. Really apreciated

    13. czd72 77 months ago | reply

      this is stunning.

      :)

    14. Will Cook Photography (WCreations46) 74 months ago | reply

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    17. The Other Martin Tenbones 73 months ago | reply

      Excellent, I never tried that technique, your shot is stunning!

    18. cloozyyy... 67 months ago | reply

      i like this one~~

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