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Challenge: Painting with Light VIII (Standard Editing)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Olympus OM-D E-M1X
Lens: Voigtlander 42.5mm f0.95 Nokton for MFT
Location: Anchorage, Alaska
Date: Feb 15, 2021
Aperture: 8.0
ISO: 200
Shutter: 0.5
Galleries: Portraiture, Nude
Date Uploaded: Feb 15, 2021

Light painting portait using a black fiber optic brush with various screw on colored filters as well as the unicorn plexi brush.

[Feb. 25th, 2021 12:59:29 AM]

For those wondering how this was created.

I used the following items from Light Painting Brushes:

- Universal Connector
- Unicorn Plexiglass
- Black Fiber Optic
- Clear, Blue, Purple, Peach Screw on Color Filters

My inspiration for this technique was from this tutorial as well as this one.

For the girl standing I used the black fiber optic brush with the peach screw on color filter. On the head I also used the black fiber optic brush but this time with the clear screw on color filter. I cut up pieces of red, yellow, and orange photo gels and put them in the clear filter. This gives a color that looks like fire and in this case I like it better than just using a red filter. The object in her hand was done with the unicorn plexiglass brush, blue and purple screw on filter. I like the color from combining those two vs using either of them separately.

My peach filter has some glue or something on it. Whatever is on it will clean off but I like how it adds a purplish color along with the peach and I like how it looks. So the goop on the filter is going to stay. I may order another peach one so I can have the single color.

I only got my light painting brushes a few weeks ago and this is a very early experimentation and not what I saw in my mind before starting. I had an idea that I know would have looked much better but I was heading out of town and didn't have time to gather everything and do the photo. Hoping to give it a try really soon.

Statistics
Place: 2 out of 15
Avg (all users): 6.8537
Avg (participants): 6.8571
Avg (non-participants): 6.8529
Views since voting: 642
Views during voting: 118
Votes: 41
Comments: 10
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02/26/2021 07:11:04 PM
Wow, this is an interesting one and very well done. Congrats on your ribbon!
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02/26/2021 02:52:10 PM
very intriguing!
The light on the standing girl makes it look like flesh.
I have to take a closer look at your links - thanks for that.
And huge congrats on the red!
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02/26/2021 12:28:23 PM
Congratulations
Very creative, amazing work
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02/26/2021 08:42:45 AM
Wow! Never seen anything like this... Amazing work. Congrats on your ribbon.
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02/26/2021 06:44:25 AM
Awesome work Ronnie! and thank you so for much for how-to, I really appreciate your time and sharing that!
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02/26/2021 06:33:25 AM
So unique and original to DPC! It is exciting to see new ideas. Thank you for sharing and congrats on the Red.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/24/2021 05:07:00 PM
I've never seen anything like this before. Stunning!
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02/21/2021 08:49:34 PM
This is amazing. Itís absolutely a 10 from me. I wish I had any idea how you did this, and look forward to reading the comments. My pick for the winner.
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02/21/2021 01:18:26 AM
Amazing lighting and nice shot.
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02/19/2021 11:58:53 AM
I am impressed by your idea and technique but the result for me is too messy still to put it in my top 3. I think I would have preferred a more unidirectional and steady tracing (if at all possible with your light source). I wonder how you got the girls to stand still so precisely while they were being traced by the light source. I like it how you used different colours for each of the girls and the blue for the object (I though she was doing her hair until I saw your title).
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