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NIKON CORPORATION
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Feb 23, 2006, 10:10:38 PM
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Fallen Angel by monkeyheadmushroom Fallen Angel by monkeyheadmushroom
My freind Neil, my torch, a long exposure and a creepy few minutes in a grave yard. Thanks to *smev for the levels and blacking out the trousers, I'm still very new to PS. And thanks to Neil for getting his kit off in the freezing cold!
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someday-evermore Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2007   Photographer
This work looks really nice. However, I have a tutorial almost ready for Deviation coming up. But basically, I think you should first test you hand at some magnesium w/ heavy pressure fans and long shutter speeds, then, I think you'll get a better shot. By the way, the lighting looks superb, even though I can't see Red or Purple (damn my colorblindness).

~ Danny :cheese:
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monkeyheadmushroom Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2007   Photographer
LOL thanks alot. I had a go at doing a tutorial so you can draw in the air AND get your self posing in the shot. Got a few faves but never saw anybody try it.
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RSMLittrell Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2006  Professional General Artist
Oh neato! It's very dramatic with that coloring.
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monkeyheadmushroom Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2006   Photographer
Thanks so much, looked better in my head mind you, but they always do.
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RSMLittrell Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2006  Professional General Artist
You're welcome :) I know what you mean, but it does look great the way it is.
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amarand Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2006
This is lovely! I'd like to learn how to do this so perfectly...I've done similar things before but...yeah. Any tips?
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monkeyheadmushroom Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2006   Photographer
Perfectly? why thank you! Cant really help with the tips, just have it clear in your head and be ready to take a few tries.
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amarand Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2006
When I say tips, I mean, I have no idea how to draw wings like that using a flashlight and have it come out so well. I guess I just need to go out in the dark with a "torch" and play, eh? :) I LOVE me a 30 second shot. :)
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monkeyheadmushroom Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2006   Photographer
Hmmmm, well I guess you have to think that your standing behind a flat canvas. Try writting a few words first, obviously in mirror image to get you into it, then you will get an idea of where your going wrong because you will only be able to read the letters you did right. As for the camera set up (I'm sure you know this but humour me) I have it on a 30 second exposure with a 4.3 aperture. Go out when its as dark as you get it and just use the levels on photoshop (auot levels normally sorts it out quite well). A crystal clear night will bring the sky out in blue [link] and an overcast or cloudy night will come out in orange hints cause of the light pollution hitting the clouds [link] . Hope that helps.
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amarand Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2006
Oh cool! Yeah...I'll try that some more, I think.

Also, I found out that we have that show Drawn Apart on our Adult Swim "channel" so...I can watch it now! :)
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