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Close Encounters of the Third Kind       ©2009 boar76
Panasonic DMC-FZ50       2nd place, 113 points
50s, f2.8, ISO 100, 35mm, Manual, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: denoise
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little crop
      Extra Info: Took inspiration from "fairy dust" by Freak Of Nature...
It's very difficult to manage "light painting",and so I've
committed the drowing to my friend Andrew(a teacher
at Comics Academy).Cheers to Enriquez!(motionless for 50 seconds!)
 
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Franz07
Jul 28, 2009
    Congratulations Alberto! Great and creative shot.
And thanks for the link to the other pictures. My favorite is the first. I don't see a kid but a little monkey there. The 3rd is WOW! and creepy. Very well done!

Alberto wrote:
....If you're interested:

http://www.buscone.it/alby/download/temp/lightpainting/IMG_2319_f.JPG

http://www.buscone.it/alby/download/temp/lightpainting/IMG_2323_f.JPG

http://www.buscone.it/alby/download/temp/lightpainting/IMG_2325_f.jpg
Edited on Jul 28, 2009

Jade O.
Jul 27, 2009
    Congrats on No. 2. A wonderfully fun and inventive image.

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Mepo
Jul 27, 2009
    I like this a lot. Good inventiveness; I would not have connected interaction with sci-fi but kudos to you for making the connection :-)

boar76
Jul 27, 2009
    Thanks a lot!

for Franz:we have done a lot of photos....This one was made to fit this challenge.If you are interested,i'll post a link where you can find some other examples.To make this only two attempts

for Rafinmelb:next time I'll embalm Enriquez! :-)

Edward48
Jul 26, 2009
    An interesting concept very well executed.

hifi
Jul 25, 2009
    Very creative-well done!

rafinmelb
Jul 25, 2009
    Very nice. These shots are fun to try. I am wondering how your friend Enriquez managed to stay as still as he has for 50 second. I am sure I would have wobbled all over the place. The motion blur on him takes away from the story as advised by the title of the image and makes us think of the technique. For me that always loses a point or two, but very well done.

Lo
Jul 25, 2009
    Well done - It must have taken a lot of patience to capture this shot, and I love the result

Franz07
Jul 24, 2009
    Kudos to Enriquez for his patience! And to Andrew for painting an invisible figure!
...and I wonder how many takes you had to do, to get this great one... KUDOS again to you all!
As I said before I love this special kind of stuff and you - with help of your friends - realized a fantastic idea for this theme.

boar76
Jul 24, 2009
    Thanks a lot to all

for Jade:yes I used a little mag-lite;this was the first time I practiced this technique...It's hard to light up a subject without knowing any parameter.So the result is a blurred and underexposed subject...Next time we'll be more clever
Edited on Jul 27, 2009

Jade O.
Jul 24, 2009
    Nice concept, idea, composition and lighting. Kudos to Andrew. Enriques is only a little blurred but enough to severely hurt this otherwise exceptionally lit and composed image; if Enriques had no motion blur, I would have ranked this No. 1 by far; as it is, I view it as a partially failed image. I'm wondering if anything lit Enriques the table and chair (?) other than the light pen.
Edited on Jul 24, 2009

akebono
Jul 24, 2009
    Very clever idea which isn't easy to execute. I like it!

Good luck!

Akebono

LaRee
Jul 23, 2009
    Wow! Now this is inspiring. VERY COOL!
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