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Blue Lantern | 272 sec

By zhenyab
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This is a light painting taken within one single exposure. No photoshop was used to create this picture, only light was used.

Blue Lantern is the second photograph of the Lantern series. It was taken in 2013 in Brandeburg, Germany.
Image size
1200x800px 754.44 KB
Canon EOS 40D
Shutter Speed
272/1 second
Focal Length
17 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Dec 14, 2013, 6:19:14 PM
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vanndra's avatar
Beautiful effect. The colors are stunning :clap:
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chrisntheboat's avatar
Beautiful Art!!! Thanks for making this :clap:
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Aawww, thank you so much for saying this! :hug:
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I see this photo and I keep scratching my head ... How? ... And the most interesting part is the fact that there is no photoshop involved in post-production.
Anyway, excellent photo!
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Ehehehe. Thank you!
Yeah, the creating of those photos is pretty complex and time-consuming. We mostly work at night and sometimes only one picture is done within hours of work. But that's also the challenge, to plan everything before you even start packing the car. :D
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How many people is involved in this process?
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We're just two people. :) I'd refer to our homepage so you'd also see how we work (there are several videos) but it's all in German and I'm still working on the English one.
If you're interested just goolge zolaq.de or follow the link beneath my comment. ^^

Nonetheless, thanks for showing interest in our work! :happybounce: 
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Cool, thanks for replying. I will check it out.
My pleasure! :)
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That's pretty good  Clap I'd like to try something like this one day.
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Thank you! :) This is the second of five images so far. I'll be uploading the rest within the next weeks.
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