Light painting a room

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    At work, we're trying to come up with new methods for commercial shooting. We saw a presentation on light painting (well, one way to do it) done with multiple exposures, so we thought we would try it out. We took turns firing the camera and lighting things up. Aside from the ghost reel and obvious reflector screen, what do you guys think? How did we do? For the record, I think it came to 8 or 9 layers.


    [​IMG]Light painting experiment by Michael Long, on Flickr


     
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    I should also add that the light beam from the projector is real-done with a fog machine.
     
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    I think is looks really cool! What did you use for a light source?
     
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    Cool! I even have a light just like that, so I will have to play around with this. Thanks for the idea. :)
     

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