How to replicate...Low Light Wide Angle

Discussion in 'Lighting and Hardware' started by Sheepdog1015, Feb 7, 2018.

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    I hunt primarily at night and want to get a lighted shot of my subjects but keep the night sky dark with the stars showing. I understand that light painting with a small flashlight and using a long exposure can help get my picture.

    Question is what kind of lens should I consider?
    Will a wide angle lens distort the close up subject?

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    I have a small flashlight that I made different color lens for for this project. Was practicing in my backyard and found different hues of light really made a difference. I began with coloring plastic and placing it over the flashlight.
     

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