HomeArticlesHow to get the perfect exposure for tube light-painting photography – Tube Stories 147 How to get the perfect exposure for tube light-painting photography – Tube Stories 147 By Eric Benedict November 10, 2019 Articles, Blog 19 Comments Tags:diy, lightpainting, photography Related Posts Designing a Questionnaire – statistics help 8 Best DIY Food Hacks #3 Plus Edible Oobleck You Can Eat & How To Do a New Art Challenge How to draw a steam locomotive🚊 About Author admin 19 Comments Jean-Luc Coulon November 6, 2019 Ton anglais devient de mieux en mieux : même les sous-titres automatiques ne sont plus proposés en portugais… 😉 Merci pour la vidéo !Au fait, je viens de mettre les sous-titres et la description en français. Reply GoAppr Studio November 6, 2019 Keep creating so it grows and changes the world. Reply Mike James November 6, 2019 Thank you, Kim and Eric, for the technical tips and beautiful images. It's always nice to see you two interacting behind the scenes. Reply james benoist November 6, 2019 C'est tellement beau le résultat 😍 Kim est le modèle parfait et le lieu est top. Bravo à vous deux. Reply Leoboe November 6, 2019 Thank you for the great video and explanation. I'd have never thought about putting the moon into the shot when Lightpainting – it really gives the image a special almost extraterrestial feeling. One thing I was wondering about: Have you ever tried using the wireless canon app to preview your shots on the spot? When I'm lightpainting I always have my little cheap amazon tablet with the eos camera app with me. My 80D will transfer the image in just a few seconds via wifi and I can easily adjust my settings or my painting technique from there. Reply TVO Plus November 6, 2019 Thank you Eric! Clear information! Reply Jimmy Daboul November 6, 2019 I've got to get myself to white sands national park. I'm only 5 hours away… thank you for the inspiration Eric & Kim! Reply Jakob Hovman November 6, 2019 Beautiful vlog…! A pleasure to follow the interaction and workflow, of ThunderGirl and MoonBoy…! Thank You…! Reply Kevin O'Donnell November 6, 2019 Very helpful. Thank you, Eric and Kim. Reply Max November 6, 2019 Trying this on Saturday 🙈 Reply Bruce Blaylock November 6, 2019 Exactly what I needed, Kim and Eric. Thank you so much. Off to try this with my daughter and granddaughter as subjects… Reply Adrian Wolf November 6, 2019 This was very helpful! “The devil is in the details” sometimes you overlook the obvious… thanks for going into them so closely. And bravo for the beautiful pics Reply stefan yan November 7, 2019 Superbe ! Merci ! Je note pour mes prochaines exeperiences !! Reply Juan C November 7, 2019 Absolutely inspirational! 🙏🙏🙏🙏 Reply Dominique PAUL November 7, 2019 Merci pour ces bons conseils. Et merci pour le sous-titrage en Français 😉 Reply paul trunfull November 7, 2019 Nice one you 2, great images as usual. Reply Sujay’s Photography November 7, 2019 Out of curiosity, what camera did you used to film? Or what set up was it on.. Thank you Reply Sonny Acosta November 8, 2019 As usual, You two never cease to amaze. Outstanding job. Reply Nitesh Nishad November 9, 2019 Very nice and impressive photography tips…could your please explain details breaking light photography which your have taken at 6.19 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.