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well, i took this shot quite a while ago, when hanging around with *boli and *fritsch (session #3). it's on a playground near my home and it was drizzling all the time. tools: a head torch, feet and a cam :)

no manip...
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Kinny-Cat Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2008   Digital Artist
Nice. =D
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:iconh3art11es:
h3art11es Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2007   Photographer
I love taking shots like this they are way fun....this one is really cool
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:iconthelostmonkey:
TheLostMonkey Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2005
I saw something similar from *boli
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:icontravisuped:
travisuped Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2005
...Wow! These are the types of things I want to learn to do. It just looks so beautiful.
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BlueLiquorice Featured By Owner May 18, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
great - i think leapfrog, or pwered leapfrog would have been a better title - in my humble opinion...
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rebelvyxen Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2005
thats really kick ass, how did you do it?
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:iconpensievescholar:
PensieveScholar Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh, wow! This is brilliant. :+fav:
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:iconj-writer:
j-writer Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2005
ein sehr schönes bild.
sieht aus wie entworfen, die szenerie :)
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:icondancingperfect:
dancingperfect Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2004
cool pic.
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:iconventum:
ventum Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2004
just curious, how did you do it so that you or boli or whoever was with the headlamp doesnt appear in the exposure of the photo? just curious
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liafaydjam Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2004   Photographer
very nice experiments !

come & check my own !!!!

:gallerie:
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:iconr3cku7:
r3cku7 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2004
I love it.. but I'm staring and staring and... where's the dude with the light. I can't even catch a blur! :D
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protox Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2004   Photographer
Mhh .. I have to try this lamp FX .. the render is really trippy here .. well done man .. :D :D
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:iconteaknikal:
teaKnikal Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2004
Great: but how did you do this without overexposing the sun?
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:iconraumzeit:
raumzeit Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2004
actually the bright spot isn't the sun, it's just a street light...
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:iconteaknikal:
teaKnikal Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2004
lol, its overexposed enough i thought it was in daylight, i see now
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zeroauthority Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2004   Digital Artist
Its like there is some kind of pshyco farie after you! Its awsome!!!!! Great shot!
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ottoman42 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2004
Favorite by me.
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:iconottoman42:
ottoman42 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2004
This is AMAZING, I'm simply blown away, how did you do it?
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:iconraumzeit:
raumzeit Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2004
take a cam, set it to long exposure (10 sek or so), run around and wave a torch until the shot is over!! thats it!! :D
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:iconottoman42:
ottoman42 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2004
how did you remove the body of someone running around?
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:iconraumzeit:
raumzeit Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2004
well if you don't stop and move continuously you will not be recorded, because you're just too fast for the sensor!!
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:iconottoman42:
ottoman42 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2004
Thanks for the tip but doesn't that depnd on your camera and shutter speed?
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:iconraumzeit:
raumzeit Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2004
oh yeah, of course, but just start with for example 10 seconds and a aperture of say 8 and have a look at the result. then play with the shutterspeed. if it is too bright go for less if too dark more...

of course it all depend on the whole light conditions. bt just try. i had to too...
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ottoman42 Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2004
Thanks I'll keep it in mind.
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RogueDemonHunter Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2004
excellent shot!!!! damn that looks cool!
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:iconkame:
Kame Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2004
Wow I going to comment on how that looks like Boli's style.
Kinda reminds me of a slinky ^^
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hobbitfreak Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2004
That is too cool. :) Reminds me of the Juping Fountains in Disneyworld.. 'cause I'm a nerd. :3

Awesome job. +fav
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bixpig Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2004
i really like this. all your light tricks totally fascinate me. they're just so...neat! keep up the snazzy work. :w00t:
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x3n Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2004  Hobbyist Photographer
this is fucking amazing, i just love your long exposure works.
instant :+fav: :)
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no-thanks Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2004
Amazing. One word is all I got for this.
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HollowEmotions Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2004   Photographer
that is soooo cool


how did you do that?
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:iconraumzeit:
raumzeit Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2004
long exposure
draw arches with switched on torch. thats it. :D
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HollowEmotions Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2004   Photographer
>_<


how do you do long exposures!?!?!?!

i wish i could take classes for photography :(

i know next to nothing about photography :(
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:iconraumzeit:
raumzeit Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2004
you take a cam set it to a long exposure time like 10 seconds. just try different apertures and see what kind of effects it generates
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HollowEmotions Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2004   Photographer
:O i ill have to give it a try
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Soulmanager242 Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2004
:+favlove: this is great - amazing color - very well done

:pacman:
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luislegrand Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2004
amazing
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nekovash Featured By Owner Feb 29, 2004   Digital Artist
Light FX pictures were always one of my favs. I never thought of using a blowtorch though ...hmmm must try... I like the way it looks as if the electricity is hopping
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toastypk Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2004
That rules.
How did no people get in the shot? Did you throw the light?
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:iconraumzeit:
raumzeit Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2004
nope, if you move constantly, you're motions are not beeing recorded, because you're too fast to reflect enough light to have effects on the picture.
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Phoenixmage Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2004
A bouncyball from the spirit world! COOOOOOOOooooool
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ladypeace Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2004
that's one sweet picture!
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Dearheart Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2004
omg this is amazing.. and no manip!! omg!!
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magickk Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2004
the curves were drawn really well... =)
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Karma021 Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2004  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Kewl ^^ !! I love this photos :+fav:
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llatrejull Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2004
you guys really do these better than anyone else i have seen. keep it up.
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raumzeit Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2004
thanks a lot mate...
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scaredlittleboy Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2004   Digital Artist
Awesome work, I love how it's boucing around all over the place...nice job :)
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Enigma-O Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2004
I can't help but think of a minature alien of some kind bouncing around the rocks. It starts on the right. Bounces up into the air and does some kind of power up where the yellow light is. Then bounces around like a hyper active frog before finaly blinking out on the left. I like it. The only thing I can think of is that perhaps the sky is a bit light, or too pinky in compared to the light.
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