A&P night light source

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by peoplescar, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. peoplescar

    peoplescar Guest

    i want to do some long exposure shots with my car at night but i want to do it with my own light source. any ideas for a home made setup. i was thinking about using a drop light of sorts. i would use a car battery and make positive and negative clips to use the light. ideas are apreciated thanks!
     
  2. peoplescar

    peoplescar Guest

    damn come on!
     
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  4. peoplescar

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    how big is that...
     
  5. dew

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    you can get them in all different sizes for prices as low as $20 and up to $60+ :dunno:
     
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    those arent that big you can get them at sears for $20 its usually 1000w halogen problem is you need to find somewhere to plug in
     
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    dude.. long exposure with a damn flashlight will put enough light out for ya...
     
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    :werd: 12v inverter + old car battery ftw
     
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    yeah just try some light painting and go from there
     
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    waste of time. if you want to use them away from power go to a car store, buy a couple sets of $20 fog lights, stick on pole, connect to battery. or use large torches, but they are probably more expensive for less light.
     

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