One of the great things about lightpainting is the collaborations I've been able to do and the great results that come from them.
With this shot I lined up my friend, @steem.tom.hill and he practiced spinning his light sabre on strobe mode. Once happy I started the exposure, Tom spun his light sabre and then I replaced the lens cap without ending the exposure. I then panned the camera across to the right and rotated the camera to a 45 degree angle. I then removed the lens cap and Tom repeated his spin. I then replaced the lens cap after each spin and repeated at each 45 degree angle. Job done.
This image was created in one photographic exposure and is not a Photoshop creation. The camera used was a Sony A7 full frame camera with a Sony Zeiss 16-35mm lens and a camera rotation tool. The camera settings were f6.3 ISO400 and 70 seconds.
About me: I specialise in shooting lightpainting images all in one photographic exposure which involves different elements with different lenses and tripods.
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