Fun with a lightsaber

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  1. Sir Tony

    Sir Tony TPF Noob!

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    King James and I were having some fun with long exposures and a lightsaber. I did the best I could with no tripod.

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    ShootHoops TPF Noob!

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    That's pretty neat.
     
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    Very cool!
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You did brilliantly in 1.
    Makes me think of "emayd's" ballet photos! If only there wasn't so much of your room to be seen in the background. Do you think there is a means to block that out a little ... little do I know, but IS there a means to darken only PARTS of a pic in PS and leave other parts intact?

    I also like the abstractness of Photo 3. It is a TAD on the bright side (on my bright screen)... but I really like how the light of the light sabre and only that fills the whole screen.
     
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    yah I agree #1 would be great w/ out the background of the room. #2 is my best attempt at spelling my name (Jim) lol
     
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    I can actually see it! That's really cool.

    Neat shots. Very well done.
     
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    Neophyte Photographer TPF Noob!

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    That's pretty sweet!

    How do you like your 30D? ^_^
     
  8. Sir Tony

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    I love it! I have not been able to use it for what I want to. I need to get out of the house and take some pictures! I do not have much time right now because of work. All of the places I have taken pictures have some of the worst lighting possible, such as the tattoo parlor and in the exhibits at the zoo. I need to get out to the city!
     
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    Wow, really cool. I need to show my friends these he loves star wars
     

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