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Painting with Light at Walden Pond

22 Oct 2011 / 1 Comment / in Photography, Travel

Long Exposure Light Painting. + Trip to see Fall Foliage.

You can learn to paint using longer exposures such as 1/4 second and try to move the camera why it is exposing. Doing so allows you to paint with whatever object that is lite on the viewfinder. Granted that you choose a good setting and you can get long exposure, its quite fun. 🙂

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One Response to Painting with Light at Walden Pond

  1. XLin Architectural and Experimental Photography says:

    […] I experimented with the idea of doing long exposures and painting with panning and spinning the camera in the past See here: WALDEN POND […]

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