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Live Composite - Light Painting

I attended the Olympus Image Space event with Angela Nicholson, where we played with Light Painting and Painting with Light (yes there is a difference), using Live Composite Mode.



Unfortunately while the camera is weather resistant, I'm not so much...

Even the phenomenal Olympus IS could not overcome my shivering, so I wimped out half way through.

See the action here
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Re: Live Composite - Light Painting

Interesting shot.

Must try that sometime. The lady speaks too fast for me, but I get the gist I thinkkkkkkkkkkkkk

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Re: Live Composite - Light Painting

Is this a shot of you holding a light whilst shivering?

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Re: Live Composite - Light Painting

One of our club members was at that event and posted an amazing shot of traffic lights going through Tower Bridge.

Sounds like it paid off for Oly, since he also said he was going to order a 7-14 f2.8 as a result of being able to borrow one for a play during the evening
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One of our club members was at that event and posted an amazing shot of traffic lights going through Tower Bridge.

Sounds like it paid off for Oly, since he also said he was going to order a 7-14 f2.8 as a result of being able to borrow one for a play during the evening
I know David, but he was "in disguise", so I missed chatting with him.

It was very cold and we were all wrapped up.
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Re: Live Composite - Light Painting

It's a superb feature, Used it many times when doing pixel stick stuff, one of the things i miss on the Nikon
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Re: Live Composite - Light Painting

I think I saw the video on Facebook but then couldn't find it again!
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I know David, but he was "in disguise", so I missed chatting with him.
Now, in David's case that could refer to the fact that he's recently shaved off his facial hair, or he could have turned up in full steampunk gear!
I suspect not the latter, or we'd have seen lots of photographic evidence already...
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