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January 23, 2008
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Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D200
Shutter Speed
36/1 second
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F/8.0
Focal Length
17 mm
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200
Date Taken
Jan 18, 2008, 8:12:03 PM
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Painting with Light by DisappearinEbony Painting with Light by DisappearinEbony
For my painting with light assignment at the Art Institute of Charleston.

What I love about this photograph is not only the figure, but you can see the Little Dipper in the top center of the frame. :)
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:icondanutza88:
Danutza88 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Hello!:) You've been featured here: [link]
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Vividslayer Featured By Owner May 27, 2010
Thats really good. My team and I have made this effect as well. Heres a vid of some of our better work if u wanna see it.
[link]
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Vividslayer Featured By Owner May 27, 2010
Thats really good. My team and I have made this effect as well. Heres a vid of some of our better work if u wanna see it.
[link]
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:iconlordblasto:
lordblasto Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2009
How fun. Nice work...
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:icondaff-e:
Daff-e Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2009   Photographer
the stars is begining look like a kite
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:icondivynphoto:
DivynPhoto Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2008
LOL the picture is nice but the the comment on the little dipper is too much .. the little dipper is only made of 7 stars and is not so squared ...

Check this [link] or this [link]
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Elana18 Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2008
*hummmm* thinks, with a light behind the subject not directly viewable by the camera?
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:icondisappearinebony:
DisappearinEbony Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2008
it can be viewable by the camera because you will not be able to tell what the light source is more than likely. I used a nightlight and a flashlight for these photographs.
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Elana18 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2008
but how do you do these things?
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:icondisappearinebony:
DisappearinEbony Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2008
You have to have a tripod and you just have a long exposure. The majority of these were at least 30 seconds.
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