thats pretty cooldid you just use a manual shutter speed for it?
Thanks!I set the camera as follows:400 ISOf5.0Bulb Setting The shutter was then manually held open for as long as the skull took to draw (5-7 seconds).
I wish digital camera's could do extended exposures (as far as I know they can't)
Some can David, I'm using the Canon Digital Rebel Xti (EOS 400D).
This is REALLY impressive. How many tries did it take? I can't believe how well it came out!
Thanks! I did about 20 versions. Several were decent, but this was definitely my favorite.
dude, this rocks! we've tried sparkler shots and only got most of a heart! lol
lights from a dark fairy!hard to catch them in the summer; glad you could!
That would make a cool poster, very nice job!
skull,skull,skull,skull..skull-a-daaaay! (sing to tune of Pirate March song from peter pan.. you know the one - http://www.chebucto.ns.ca/~alf/NYPCO/peterlyr.htm#piratemarch!)
This one is my favorite so far!!!
Oh great, now that march is in my head, I mean...SKULL! thanks for the beautiful image. I LOVE IT!
I was actually thinking of trying this with a laser last night... you beat me to it ;)
You should do it anyway B13, I'd love to see how it comes out!
This is my favorite so far. Lovely!~Alison
I love long exposure pictures. This one is absolutely awesome.
dude - you are so freakin' cool!
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