The light source could be from almost any flashlight. That being said, I use a "Mag-lite" as I like the light color that comes from it. I have a couple different sizes that are used for different things. The other good thing with a Mag-lite is you can adjust the light beam while one is working. This allows you to change the light intensity during the painting process.DavidM said:Gotta ask... what kind of flashlight do you use? Are you having to play with WB much to compensate for light temperature? How on earth do you manage to even out the light so well this way? Must take lots of practice. I can just imagine lots of different variants on this, with different kinds of beams, gels over the lights, etc.
Hi Joe:Joe_Lorenzini said:Hey Doug,
My questions to you is how many tries did it take before you were satisified with the final image? Did you start with the face first since that has to stay the most still during the long exposure? Also the skin tones look rather pinkish, was this on purpose, is that an accurate representation or is it due to the set WB?
Love how you lit the floor. Did you start top to bottom or was it random?
Patrick;Patrick Bramlett said:I am such a novice I wouldn't know where to begin to ask questions. Like Frank said this is a great hobby. I wish I had half the talent you and others have here.
I hope to learn all of this stuff before too long.