Christmas lights

This is a discussion on Christmas lights within the Experimental Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; I was playing around with the camera about a week before Christmas trying to get different effects. These were fun to do....


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    I was playing around with the camera about a week before Christmas trying to get different effects. These were fun to do.


















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    And they sure do look good.

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    the first two are my favorites. cool shots.

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    Very creative - well done

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    Cool series.....#2 especially
    Olympus E-30 & E-520 ~ 14-42mm ~ 50 - 200mm ~ OM 50mm f/1.8 ~ Sigma 18 - 50mm f2.8

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    Cool effects! What fun.
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    It is fun and the lights make this effect so cool. You should look up Kinetic Photography on the web, I think you will enjoy it.

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    Thanks for the replies. They were fun to do and see what type of outcome it would have.

    Gail, thanks for the info. I looked it up. It looks neat. It's a scary thought to know some are taken by throwing your camera up in the air. Yikes! But the photo's are amazing. I would still like to try light writing. Some day I'm going to get to that. ;o)
    Sony a 300
    18-70mm lens kit
    100-300mm minolta
    28mm 2.8 prime
    8mm fisheye


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