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    I think that's what I'm going to do. I will want to paint small objects, so I'll need a finer beam so I was thinking of putting a cone over the front of a small MagLite flashlight. Stuffing some tissue or cotton in there might cut own on the intensity of the light. I have lots of Polaroid to try it out with, too.

    Do you have any scans you could share or any in your gallery>

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    Exactly how I feel. Lost America is an amazing compilation of work. The other person does have it down, but I'm a little 'Disney-fied' by the color--almost cartoonish. Might be nice if printed on some matte/cotton paper to cut a bit of the saturation.

    Jon

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    he may have it down, but the person who does lost america (http://www.lostamerica.com/lostframe.html) I think does a better job at balancing color.

    Not to mention his subject matter is meaningful and strikes a very personal chord for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikewhi
    I think that's what I'm going to do. I will want to paint small objects, so I'll need a finer beam so I was thinking of putting a cone over the front of a small MagLite flashlight. Stuffing some tissue or cotton in there might cut own on the intensity of the light. I have lots of Polaroid to try it out with, too.

    Do you have any scans you could share or any in your gallery>

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    Mike, I did it once with a sparkler. I got the idea from the book by Lee Frost called "The Guide To Night and Low-Light Photography". GREAT book on the subject, a must-buy.
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    Here's some work by Michael Frye..one of my faovrites in this style..

    http://www.michaelfrye.com/com/commercial8.html
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