Theme: Good vs. Evil or The Inner Battle

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  1. guitarmy

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    This is what I'll be submitting for my third assignment in my Lighting Level class. We were working with painting with light - interesting stuff. I got a friend to help out as a subject and we did a theme of Good vs. Evil or The Inner Battle.

    All shots done single exposure - only touchups in post-processing (levels, curves etc).

    Let me know what you think! C&C is always welcome.

    The Meeting
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    The Chase
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    The Battle, Part 1
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    The Battle, Part 2
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    The Aftermath
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    The Resurrection
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    very cool theme. i really like the last two.
     
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    Thanks. The last two are definitely my favorites as well.
     
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    Painting with light is a great technique. The last two are fantastic. :thumbsup:
     
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    now I have to give that a try:shock: .Very nice.
     
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    This is very creative. I like these!
     
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    the aftermath is very creative.
     
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    Thanks! It's definitely an interesting technique.
     
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    Now get rid of the cheesey titles and they'll be great.
     
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    Very creative! What a fun assignment!

    The series would work well without the titles, because a viewer can easily "read" each image. Dialogue might be fun too. (Random suggestions, feel free to ignore.)

    I like it!:D
     
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    Yeah, I suppose the titles are somewhat redundant. It would be cool to add in 'dialogue' below the images or something. Akin to the silent movie era.
     

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