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    Went back today to get some exterior shots, thanks to better weather than the last visit.



















    Best of the rest are here as usual..........
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/8776781...7604070648306/
    Last edited by Virusman26; 18th Mar 08 at 15:49.

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    awesome heh :)

    looks like you had a great day.

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    Just put a quick video together too.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_0dusjl1qI

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    That's a really good video VM...and a nice bit of Leftfield too! Enjoyed that!
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    Glad you like it, just thought the video clips would add a little more to the report. I'll try and do the same for any other sites I do from now on, given the time! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virusman26 View Post
    Glad you like it, just thought the video clips would add a little more to the report. I'll try and do the same for any other sites I do from now on, given the time! :)
    some motion video of corngreaves would kick ass. might be too dark though i guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diluted View Post
    some motion video of corngreaves would kick ass. might be too dark though i guess.
    Yeah I reckon only the main stairs would be light enough to film. Most of the rest is just too dark. :(

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    Looks a good 'un, nice one. Love the light painting, too, my efforts always look abysmal!!.

    TnM :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThenewMendoza View Post
    Looks a good 'un, nice one. Love the light painting, too, my efforts always look abysmal!!.

    TnM :)
    I've never really got the hang of light painting. I just wanted to write with my new laser pen, and the fact that it lit the room was a bonus. I much prefer to leave my camera on a tripod and use long exposure with natural light. If its insanely dark, I tend to use flash.
    If I do "paint" i again use a flashgun off camera, rather than a torch.

    a lot of the time its just practice, trial and error. learn from mistakes. most of all have fun.

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    And here it is now..........





    DSM moved in a few weeks ago to level the place. Work starts soon on the Kettle works over the road that I never managed to get into. They're using the land as a base.

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