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Wireframing With Light
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Challenge: Light Source (Classic Editing)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S2 Pro
Location: Yuma, AZ
Date: Oct 18, 2002
Aperture: f4
ISO: 100
Shutter: 30 seconds
Date Uploaded: Oct 19, 2002

Laser pointer in a dark room.

Statistics
Place: 28 out of 256
Avg (all users): 6.2366
Avg (commenters): 7.2381
Avg (participants): 6.1592
Avg (non-participants): 6.3524
Views since voting: 1259
Votes: 262
Comments: 26
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10/28/2002 11:57:00 AM
Oh, for those who couldn't quite tell what the subject was...

White walls, white table cloth over a small table, white vase with a white flower in it. The flower had three leaves that appear black because they didn't reflect any of the laser light.
10/28/2002 11:55:00 AM
Thanks for all the encouraging and positive comments.

This was taken using a 30-second shutter time and frantically waving a laser pointer in one direction for 15 seconds and then in another direction for another 15 seconds. I "painted" the lines from behind the camera position, bother from the upper right side and from the upper left side to create a more dramatic 3D grid effect.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/26/2002 10:32:00 PM
Very cool looking. How did you do this? I like the composition (table with rose vase on it).
10/26/2002 06:53:00 PM
I'm going to assume that the light is being reflected here. Cool idea.
2nd look: lasar light, good pattern although a bit busy. I think a simple subject would have been better.
10/26/2002 12:48:00 PM
great lighting, but the subject is obscured in my monitor. 7
10/26/2002 07:38:00 AM
nicely done
10/25/2002 12:20:00 PM
Very creative and well done shot! The illumination of the table and lamp(?) is pretty great. (Who'd thought so many people would do this?) 8 Swash
10/24/2002 10:28:00 PM
Cool Shot!
10/24/2002 08:46:00 PM
How is the world????!!!! This is an amazing photograph. I want to see a how to when this is done.
10/24/2002 04:58:00 PM
The use of the laser light does not seem to add to the subject mater.
10/24/2002 04:25:00 AM
I'd love to hear how you did this, but it's awesome. 9 wingy
10/23/2002 06:20:00 PM
SANDY CHEEKS?? WHATS UP WITH THAt?!?!!?!
10/23/2002 11:18:00 AM
Have you ever been to Disneyland? (Strange intro to a comment, I know...) This reminds me of the mirror ball transitions between scenes at America Sings. If you've been, maybe you'll know what I'm talking about, and if not, oh well... Regardless, a very clever idea.
10/22/2002 05:46:00 PM
if this laser drawing was done by hand it is very impresive... i wish the subject was a bit more interesting, but still.
10/22/2002 05:46:00 PM
pretty neat
10/22/2002 05:14:00 PM
freaky

cool
10/22/2002 03:24:00 PM
another laser photo.. still, they are all pretty good, yours is better than some.. 7
10/22/2002 10:17:00 AM
This is a really neat concept... I had never thought of it before until I saw these photos here this week :) I'm looking forward to trying some of it myself soon :) good work... - setzler
10/21/2002 07:04:00 PM
interesting but can't tell what the subject is.
10/21/2002 05:13:00 PM
interesting. this is the lazer thing people are talking about in the forum, right? intriguing! uninspiring to me, but well executed. 7
10/21/2002 04:24:00 PM
Shows depth nicely.
10/21/2002 02:32:00 PM
Very interesting photo.
10/21/2002 12:48:00 PM
nice abstract and color--concept is excellent--10bobgaither
10/21/2002 12:36:00 PM
I'd prefer not to have the background wire framed. Love to find out how you did this.
10/21/2002 10:53:00 AM
just plain cool.
10/21/2002 02:23:00 AM
Quite interesting shot. Glad you titled it what you did, or I would be even more confused that I am now. LOL. I mean that in the best way. My only small nitpick is that the object on the table doesn't seem to be in focus like the rest of the shot. was it moving? Looks the same with the top surface of the table as well, kind of a softer focus than the rest of the photo. I am interested in finding out how this was done. Nice one! Good luck in the challenge. ~Hbunch7187~


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