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Lighting painting with phantom

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Meettyrone, Aug 15, 2013.

  1. Meettyrone

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    Hey guys. Took some photos with phantom. All went well until I crash landed into the warehouse lol. Now waiting for new parts to arrive lol. Fun fun though.
     

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  2. Audaciter

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    That is very cool. :)
     
  3. MKheng

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    Great idea. (So long as you don't crash that is). They look great.
     
  4. Flyboy

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    I like it. Nice job!
     
  5. Fdnyfish

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    what were your camera settings?

    ISO
    f-stop
    Shutter
     
  6. lightfighter363

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    you need a slow shutter speed to do this.
     
  7. Driffill

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    Looks good, I'll get my brother to grab his camera equipment out tomorrow (after I race) and ill try get some too
     
  8. Fdnyfish

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    You think?
     
  9. tanasit

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    You want a long exposure setup with small aperture for this job.
    Try 5-10 seconds with F8 - F11 depending on the ambient light.
    If it came out too bright, then use smaller aperture (higher F #) or shorter shutter speed, and vise versa.
    Experiment and have fun.
     
  10. Meettyrone

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    Thanks guys!
    The shutter setting was on 15 secs. I also tried 20 secs. All works. Longer the better I think but don't burn your cam censor lol.
    I have a nikon. So I set it on interval mode. I just let it keep shooting while I fly. For canon cameras you'll need interval meter :) hope that helps and have fun!
     
  11. Meettyrone

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    ISO I kept it on 100.
     
  12. Fdnyfish

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    Here is my go at it !!

    f13 / ISO100 / 15sec
     

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  13. Fdnyfish

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    few more....

    f14 / ISO100 / 15sec
     

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  14. tanasit

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    Perhaps, that's why they call it Phantom to begin with... ;)
    You can even add more colorful LED. ;)
     
  15. Meettyrone

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    Hah that's awesome! :)