Camera:f/20 ISO100 live composite mode.
Olympus OM-D E-M1.12-40mm f/2.8 Pro.
Tools: Maglite flashlite, keychain flashlight,table. mirror. Liquid light.
Hi HIVE! Added new drawings!
In this case, I used two reflective surfaces - a table and a mirror. As you can see, not one, but two reflections are obtained, which gives a more complex picture.
I have a table with a fairly reflective surface. I decided to try what happens if I draw with reflection. Making movements with a flashlight along the edge of the table, it turns out to create excellent drawings. Fantasy is not limited by anything. In addition, pictures can be viewed from any side and each time it will be a different picture.
I also used a mirror for some drawings.
You can see the creation video on my facebook page.
Inside the flower.
Behind the scene.
Olympus Live composite mode is good because you immediately see the result on the screen and this makes it possible to add the missing elements or stop shooting if you did something wrong without waiting for the entire picture to be executed.
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