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Challenge: Painting With Light III (Basic Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Location: Mexico
Date: Jun 3, 2007
Aperture: 8
ISO: 100
Shutter: bulb 27sec
Galleries: Portraiture
Date Uploaded: Jun 5, 2007

Studio shot,First I froze the model with a flash and then I played with a flashlight. I would have liked to have a more aestetic lasso but this was the best I could do, It is my first attempt at painting with light

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Place: 35 out of 245
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Views since voting: 960
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Votes: 217
Comments: 16
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06/25/2007 08:02:07 PM
Great photo Gaby, very nicely done for a first time light painting! :)
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/12/2007 11:30:31 PM
Creative image and a high score from me. Maybe a little overblow on the t-shirt, but considering the difficulty of lighting in this challenge, it's forgiveable. The skin tones are great as is the sharpness. Funny, this was the first (upper left) image in my random assortment of thumbnails. I really liked it and have maintained my high opinion even after viewing 242 images.
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06/12/2007 10:21:30 PM
Cool shot, a little bright on the subjects face and shirt. Could be more moody otherwise.
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06/12/2007 08:15:46 AM
nice!
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06/11/2007 06:50:44 AM
nice whipbut the blob at the handle attracts my attention too much, good lighting on the bloke.
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06/09/2007 07:07:24 PM
The two light types don't match well. Creative concept though.
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06/09/2007 04:21:45 PM
it's a lassoo! good lighting on his face and hat and the lassoo is pretty cool too
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06/09/2007 11:49:46 AM
I really like the lighting on your model. I wish he could be a bit more animated.
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06/08/2007 06:34:23 PM
Great idea.
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06/08/2007 02:34:59 PM
I like the title and the picture. 8
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06/08/2007 05:11:49 AM
The lasso is just a wee bit wonky but the image is stellar overall.
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06/08/2007 03:05:01 AM
Nice capture - Nice and creative - Wish it was a little less orange.
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06/07/2007 08:18:04 PM
Heh, I've got a real fire whip that I use for performances, so I can't help but laugh :)
(it looks like this)

Cool picture, very nicely done. The pose and facial expression are good. Objections: The highlights of the flames are a bit burnt out in places. You can prevent that by either moving the fire very quickly, or using a tiny aperture (and having a very strong light pointed at the subject at the beginning). Also, I think it's a shame that you're not holding some sort of handle that the fire could seem to be attached to (at the moment it's just hovering in mid-air, so the illusion isn't complete), and it would have worked better if you hadn't cut off the top of the flame. Still a very good shot though - I know how difficult fire-painting is!
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06/06/2007 06:14:44 PM
Back to bump you up to 8. Cool shot and you did well lighting the model to keep him sharp. I wish the wip/lariat had a handle but that's getting a bit picky! Well done.
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06/06/2007 04:09:59 PM
cute idea
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06/06/2007 12:22:57 AM
The pose seems pretty forced. I know it's hard to hold a position for a while but taking time to find a better one (like maybe the arm back more) and get a little more enthusiasm out of the model would have taken this image farther.
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