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Pavlov
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#1

Posted 04 July 2005 - 05:00 PM

I was randomly browsing Google images and i found out this image.

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The message is not important. I love that type of lighting effects (moving neon glows), as seen in various videos. As i'm not really into graphics i'd like to know if there is an easy way to do that. Or is there any tutorial about it.

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Posted 04 July 2005 - 05:21 PM

Its something to do with shutter speed on a camera and movement of light i think. Opius could tell you about it as i've seen some of his pic's like this before.

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Posted 05 July 2005 - 01:39 AM

QUOTE (king surfer @ Jul 4 2005, 17:21)
Its something to do with shutter speed on a camera and movement of light i think. Opius could tell you about it as i've seen some of his pic's like this before.

Dude, those lights aren't real...

I haven't got a clue Pav. Sorry.

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Posted 05 July 2005 - 02:14 AM

Use a long shutter speed (five seconds plus), camera on a tripod, and a torch.

Open the shutter, shine the torch on a wall and start writing. Most cameras autoexposure's will sh*t themselves at long exposures, so play it safe and put your ISO as low and F-Stop as high as possible, especially if there's other forms of light in the scene.

You'd be best to wait for Maj since I've never done the writing thing before.

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Posted 05 July 2005 - 09:20 AM

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Dude, those lights aren't real...


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Use a long shutter speed (five seconds plus), camera on a tripod, and a torch.

Open the shutter, shine the torch on a wall and start writing. Most cameras autoexposure's will sh*t themselves at long exposures, so play it safe and put your ISO as low and F-Stop as high as possible, especially if there's other forms of light in the scene.


Kots, you're such a noob sarcasm.gif

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Posted 05 July 2005 - 12:09 PM Edited by -maddog-, 05 July 2005 - 12:12 PM.

Well, Opius got teh most of it... it all depends on what camera you have.. i have a Canon 350d SLR. and its only the SLR cameras that allows you to have a really short shutter.. like 1/4000 sec and up to to 30 seconds.. i have a own shutter time program on my camera, that takes care of the ISO aswell as the Blender.. so the only thing i think about is the shutter itself.. I suggest that you talk to the nearest Photo/video dealer.. They'll help you wink.gif

Here are some of my pics!!

Shutter time 30 seconds
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Fast Shutter 1/500's of a second.
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Check out THIS link for more info

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Posted 05 July 2005 - 05:47 PM

Than you very much for your help, all. Meh, one of my youngin' dreams will soon become true. tounge.gif

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Posted 06 July 2005 - 03:11 PM

QUOTE (DiVaio @ Jul 5 2005, 09:20)
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Dude, those lights aren't real...


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Use a long shutter speed (five seconds plus), camera on a tripod, and a torch.

Open the shutter, shine the torch on a wall and start writing. Most cameras autoexposure's will sh*t themselves at long exposures, so play it safe and put your ISO as low and F-Stop as high as possible, especially if there's other forms of light in the scene.


Kots, you're such a noob sarcasm.gif

Haha exactly!




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