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Painting with Light - Indoors

I recently saw in AP magazine an article about painting with light indoors, seeing as the weather is grim I thought I'd give this a shot.

With the guitar photo I first got the lighting even, but it looked a bit boring so I then changed my painting so it looked more obvious

Full manual mode, various shutter times, using my e30 and 12-60mm and a little pen torch.

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Re: Painting with Light - Indoors

Superb !

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Re: Painting with Light - Indoors

Really nice stuff Steve. The guitar shot is my fave
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Really nice stuff Steve. The guitar shot is my fave
Cheers Greg, yeah that's my fav too, the others look pretty standard, but I found it to be a useful way to set things up if you need a pure black background.
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Re: Painting with Light - Indoors

Inspirational. Especially as I have been playing with ideas like this myself, and just dusted of the "ol gitar" for similar images.

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Inspirational. Especially as I have been playing with ideas like this myself, and just dusted of the "ol gitar" for similar images.

Cheers, yes the good ole guitar always makes a good subject, look forward to seeing your images.
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