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Lighting with Green Laser Pointer.

Posted on Saturday, October 16, 2010 at 03:45AM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge | Comments2 Comments | References3 References

It's important to have FUN with photography so you will keep loving it. A while back I bought a green lazer pointer on the street in Sitges, Barcelona for Euro 20 (about $27). It was very well spent money. When my lighting book comes out it will have soooo many different ways of lighting. More then any other lighting book on the market I think?

Here you have an image of the laser pointer, best money spent that day? 

Michal Tomaszewicz and myself enjoying our new toys :-)

Designer and Stylist Keith Bryce, maybe you seen him on Project Runway?

Great Norwegian Photographer Anna Tora in a different light.

PS. All green portraits shot on iPhone 4 on a balcony late at night.

PSS. Warning, be very careful about pointing lasers at peoples eyes, I try to move it fast back and forth and use smaller weaker multiple point, but maybe I should not be doing this?

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Some unsolicited advice from a retinal scientist? Don't shine lasers into the eyes... The retinal damage that can occur happens fast and there is never any going back.

October 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBWJones

Thanks for your comment Bryan, so even with small points moving fast over the face it can be bad? Ooooppps maybe a bad blog to make.


October 18, 2010 | Registered Commenterkennethlinge

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