Cosmic Spew

Cosmic Spew - The search for the Portal (c) Gerard Blacklock

Cosmic Spew – The search for the Portal (c) Gerard Blacklock

The search for the Portal

In a continuation from some more recent lightpainting (http://blog.avernus.com.au/searching-for-the-portal-4/) I do not dare find out what Chaos would think of this image 😉

For this one I teamed up with Rod for some more shenanigans of the EL wire, and steel type, we managed to squeeze this in in amidst of Rodneys hunt for portal keys in

Exif/setup data:
D7000 coupled with Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 @11mm Aperture: f/8 and Shutter Speed: >200s
out front – Some fairly large bunker style munitions base.
Lightpainting: Red and Blue EL wire around the base. Steel wool spin from within the building, white LED torch selective applied.

No wildlife harmed (in particular the armies of possums) or fires started

As always, I welcome any suggestions, comments and improvements to my photography, they are always warmly welcomed.

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19 thoughts on “Cosmic Spew

  1. Cheers +Gerard Blacklock – it was fun
    A bit of a bummer the clouds rolled in a killed our star trails plan (I reckon they would have worked well otherwise) – still I like streaky clouds too 🙂

    +Paul Pavlinovich – this is actually a blend of three exposures – interestingly it looks like Gerry has chosen to blend exactly the same three takes as me (we obviously have good taste, or the same idea or …). One for the EL (a given since we only did one), one for lighting the building & shrubs (we did a couple of those but really only one was good) and one for the steel wool spin (we had three of those)

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