'Portal' Light-Painting Created With Single Exposure
This is a shot of a portal jump in progress created by photographer/light-painting enthusiast Jeremy Jackson with a single exposure. Now I know what you're thinking, "Suuuuuuure he did, maybe with a single exposure from a MAGIC CAMERA." Hey, I thought the same thing.
The result, which you can see above, was actually shot as a single exposure using a Canon T1i and a manual 14mm f/2.8 lens. It took 357 seconds and one mid picture aperture change to get both the portals and trees lit properly, but there's no denying the photo does the job and, according to Jackson, was a blast to shoot.
Impressive. And I'm not just saying that because I suck at photography, but a couple at the bar last weekend asked me to take a picture of them together and I wound up taking a picture of my own eyeball. COME ON, YOU JUST WATCHED ME SPILL TWO DRINKS IN A ROW -- WHAT THE HELL DID YOU EXPECT?
Thanks to Chris, who likes to make me search through my Twitter feed for tips because he's unconventional. Next thing you know he'll be throwing them through my window rubber-banded to rocks.