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    Eliana Franzenburg
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    I was practicing painting with light and would like to know how I could make this better. The first one is the original the second is the edit I ended up with.

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    James Staddon
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    Well, I’ve gotta say, that looks very interesting. It looks almost like it’s glowing with fire, like red-hot embers. I’d be curious to know how you did it.

    #31671

    Eliana Franzenburg
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    Well this is a topic I really like….
    I set up a navy sheet so I could get a nice dark background and just propped the guitar on the wall. I got these painting with light tools here they connect to a flash light and you can move them around and get the cool streams of light. Then in PS elements I used the B&W color pop editor and just fine tuned it till I was happy.

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    Silas Wood
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    very cool!
    did you think of how to do that yourself?

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    Eliana Franzenburg
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    Hi @silas! No, I didn’t. My Dad actually told me about first then I researched it more. You can google “Painting with Light Photography” and you can find lots of info on that topic.

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