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(Daily Mail)   California photographer explores bare bones of daily life with humorous pics of skeletons drawn in the air with LED torches, acknowledges sceptics accuse him of 'shoppery   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 12
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2012-09-03 11:06:06 AM
Well done!
 
2012-09-03 12:38:28 PM
I dig it.. Nice work
 
2012-09-03 12:39:48 PM
Way cool. Nice find subs.
 
zez
2012-09-03 02:25:05 PM
*yawn*

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2012-09-03 03:05:06 PM
You can make out his presence so when they say "darts in" in the article, he's pretty damned darty, He's gotta be fast.

/ California? Oh, crank, of course, n/m
 
2012-09-03 03:16:46 PM
Emma, you ignorant slut. They're not "waving goodbye", they're surfers carrying boards on their heads. *sigh*
 
2012-09-03 05:05:13 PM
Those are very cool pictures.

The Picasso one, too.
 
2012-09-03 05:11:48 PM
I have tried this style of art and found out I am not good enough to make skeletons but I have done something similar with stick figures. Not as cool as this guys art but slightly easier toi tell whats going on with the Picasso. Is that a signature? either way He rocked with most of his light painting. which is where I got the idea.
 
2012-09-03 06:10:28 PM

CrazyCurt: You can make out his presence so when they say "darts in" in the article, he's pretty damned darty, He's gotta be fast.

/ California? Oh, crank, of course, n/m


He's probably using a *really* slow film/sensor speed at a high f-stop and a super bright light. Those are probably 2-minute exposures or longer.

I mean, I'm sure he still has to be quick, but if you reduce the amount of light going into the camera enough, you just have to avoid standing still.
 
2012-09-03 07:22:10 PM

zez: *yawn*

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I think this guy improved on the Picasso pic. I would love to see a documentary or TED lecture that shows this guy in action, and then maybe discuss the difficulties of long exposure photography in the outdoors.
 
2012-09-03 11:17:33 PM

Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: CrazyCurt: You can make out his presence so when they say "darts in" in the article, he's pretty damned darty, He's gotta be fast.

/ California? Oh, crank, of course, n/m

He's probably using a *really* slow film/sensor speed at a high f-stop and a super bright light. Those are probably 2-minute exposures or longer.

I mean, I'm sure he still has to be quick, but if you reduce the amount of light going into the camera enough, you just have to avoid standing still.


You'd be surprised how long you could stand still in a 30 second exposure at f8 and 200 ISO if it is dark and you're wearing black. I tried it, took 10 seconds for me to appear as a very faint ghost.
 
2012-09-04 10:26:49 AM
Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy

"He's probably using a *really* slow film/sensor speed at a high f-stop and a super bright light. Those are probably 2-minute exposures or longer."

He might use neutral density filters, too.

I've been thinking about doing some "light painting" kinda stuff, but more abstract. (and easier)
 
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