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how is this accoplished (lighting question)?

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by tbeck, Sep 21, 2005.

  1. tbeck

    tbeck Member

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    how is this general effect accomplished, just blue lighting? Or is there something else. This picture is of a dancer who represents the moon in blood wedding.


    thanks :D
     
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    Eboy87 Well-Known Member

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    pic didn't show up
     
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    if the pic in your broswer doesn't show up goto

    http://proofsheet.com/guthrie/wedding/image/114.jp

    Umm... look like the work of a graphic artist...

    A woman in white standing on the ground with a light (probably just white) on her, and then the graphic artist working his magic to get the final image...
     
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    The link doesn't work either.
     
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    hmmm, works for me, w/e, anyways, i just want to know how the lighting of the woman was accomlished. I already know how the image was manipulated, just the length of time the shutter on the camera was open, to create the ghistly effect.

    :? dont worry about it i guess
     
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    There's no way thats just a long-exposure picture... the girl is in midair, not just blury...

    Anyway... looks like theres a strong source in front and another dimmer source behind- looks like the floor- so a shinbuster...

    I say the blue is just from someone playing with the pic on a computer though...

    But I suppose it could be just blue gels...
    But this pic really looks like the work of a graphic artist.
     

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