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Discussion in 'GBAtemp Art Studio' started by science, Sep 18, 2007.
How did this guy do this?
Long Exposure Time?
I thinks that's what makes that effect.
Very long exposure time on a camera, and a blue light?
That's a guy?
So cool.. thanks!
So all I have to do is change my shutter speed to say, 30secconds, draw in the air with the light, and gtfo of the picture? Sounds simple
Slow sync flash photography
Long exposure shots with a short burst of light from a lamp at the end.
Combining images via layers and changing the blending mode of the top layer to 'screen' in Photoshop. Which will essentially leave the lightest parts visible.
Flash followed by 15 to 30 second exposure.
At least, that`s how I always do it. Set the camera to flash first, and then do the movements. Unless you`re really great at timing things, a flash at the end will look crappy. You might still be in a weird pose or something. It`s best to do the flash first, and use it as the signal to start drawing.
how did they do that video? Was that all pictures? Or is there a camera that allows exposure times?
How new needs the camera to be for this to work?