A&P How do you take this shot?

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  1. robz

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    Im pretty sure you have to pop the flash to freeze them after they run around doing that.
     
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    iPose people (they stay stationary for exposure)
    Set up bulb/very long exposure on camera
    Start exposure
    Light painting with LED/flashlight/whatever (another person does this around the stationary subject)
    Flash/strobe for fill triggered manually after light painting
    End exposure

    done.
     
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    how long after the led is done do you expose for?
     
  5. verbal

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    Just a long exposure with a flash thrown in. The flash freezes everything, doesn't matter how long it's exposed.
     
  6. robz

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    what do you mean by a flash thrown in?
     
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    Rear-curtain sync
     
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    someone else is painting the lasers around them. they're just stationary and pose when the flash is about to to off.
     
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    You don't even need to have the flash attached to the camera for this. As long as you can shoot test fires at different output levels you can fire the flash whenever you want (after they're done twirling glowy stuff around).
     

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