Look Into the Light

© Bob Creigh

Look Into the Light

Uploaded: December 03, 2005


I know this looks like Photoshop magic but it really is mostly as shot. I rigged a light bulb by soldering the bulb to the end of some Romex wire and supported it with a dowel. I then clamped the dowel onto a tripod and covered with a black cloth. the dowel hides behind the light. I did add some glow around the bulb as it didn't really have any in the acutal photo.

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December 03, 2005

I'm really glad you explained this photo. I think it is a really neat trick without photo shop. NICE SHOT!! #353874

Milan Banik December 03, 2005

thanks for ur technical lesson #2150071

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