Hosemaster Fun

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  1. dmyshkin

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    "Hosed"/painted with a pure white light source, over about 5 minutes exposure per shot. Used a nylon stocking over the lens part of the time for the diffuse effects. It's not a new technique but still enjoyable to me...
     
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    great pictures, keep up the good work :thumbup:
     
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    thanks...
     
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    Cool effect. Digital or film?
     
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    I used a Nikon D70. The only problem with this camera (or any digital) is eventually heat from the CCD causes red patches to appear if you expose longer than ~5 minutes. Here is an example of such a patch:

    http://www.astrocore.com/darkframe.jpg
     
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    nasty...
     
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    I like the first one.
     
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    cool! I dont fully understand though.
     
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    I set the camera up in a perfectly pitch black room with the subject. I put the camera on bulb and opened the shutter. I then used a pure white LED flashlight with an attachment on the front to make the beam narrow and dim, and waved it around the subject, lighting up and exposing a little bit at a time, and only the parts I wanted to. Things I went over more than once came out brighter as a result. This technique is called "light painting".

    Hope that helped.

    -D
     

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