Day 8: Light drawing. Ok, I have to admit that the first time I tried this I forgot that it would show up backwards to the camera so i spelled "iH." Not a bad redo though.
How this was done: Setup the camera on a tripod with a remote trigger. Turn off shake reduction (very important when a camera is mounted on a tripod. It will look for shake and if there is none, it actually introduces some). Set the camera to shutter priority and set it to 10-20 second exposure. Manually focus with the lights on. Turn off lights. Grab an LED flashlight that you can change colors with (turn it on before pressing shutter button). Press shutter on remote and then just paint. You don't have to go slow, just sort of a medium speed until the shutter clicks shut. You can see in the "H" where i had to pause to switch to green.
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