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    How to Make Paranormal activities on Lighting Photography

    Before long day ago, I saw an amazing activity on lighting photography. It's called "Paranormal activities on Lighting Photography" Could anyone explain something how does he do that?
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    If it's not Photoshop (it can be) you will need:
    * a long exposure
    * a white laser pointer that will be used to "paint" during the exposure
    * and a lot of patience

    edit // I think this may be mostly Photoshoped because of some details:
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    (1) The light must be "on something". In that top zone, the light is just "in air".
    (2) Uncompleted reflections

    It may be painted with long exposure but completed with Photoshop.
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    I would probably suggest its Photoshopped.
    As vectotialpx points out, the exposure time would be ridiculously long and the patience required would be huge!
    It's also a bit too 'clean'. the lines are all a bit too perfect if you were stood with a laser pointer .

    Grab a photo, stylus and drawing tablet and get to work.
    Use the brush tool with sensitivity and pressure modes active.
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