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This was shot for the Glass Eye exhibition in Sydney 2009.

Shot under the Iron Cove bridge , Sydney Australia with the Sigma 10 – 20 mm on my Nikon D300.

No alterations to the image other than a slight crop and colour adjustments.

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nightime, pylon, cove, exploration, sundstrom, dstrom, d300, glasseye, grey, night, glass, australia, green, light, eye, sydney, bridge, iron, nsw, under, nikon

Comments

  • TheSpaniard
    TheSpaniardabout 5 years ago

    Magic shot !

  • Thanks Laura …

    – David Sundstrom

  • ozzzywoman
    ozzzywomanabout 5 years ago

    Well done! Please consider adding this to the Painting with light group.

  • Thanks, I’d already submitted it when I uploaded the work, I think it was just waiting for approval.

    – David Sundstrom

  • John  Kowalski
    John Kowalskiabout 5 years ago

    Lovely shot David!!

  • Thanks John

    – David Sundstrom

  • berndt2
    berndt2about 5 years ago

    cleverly done – very cool sense of aesthetic!

  • ╰⊰✿Sue✿⊱╮ Nueckel
    ╰⊰✿Sue✿⊱╮ Nueckelalmost 5 years ago

    Fabulous work indeed!!!!

  • Svetlana Sewell
    Svetlana Sewellalmost 5 years ago

    Superb work – I was always wonder how do you painting with light?

  • Thanks …

    there are a number of different ways to do it, but essentially all you need is your camera, a tripod and at least 1 light source.

    For me the rest is all experimentation.

    – David Sundstrom

  • Svetlana Sewell
    Svetlana Sewellalmost 5 years ago

    Do you running with a light from one place to another?

  • For this shot yes, I think the exposure from memory was about 1 min. But you could just as easily get some friends to help out if you needed a shorter exposure.

    – David Sundstrom

  • Alex Mokrzycki
    Alex Mokrzyckiover 4 years ago

    fantastic

  • Cal Gordon
    Cal Gordonover 4 years ago

    very cool shot! Thanks for the inspiration to experiment!

  • Thanks!

    – David Sundstrom

  • Miketype1
    Miketype1about 4 years ago

    That’s so cool. I always wanted to try that.

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