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  1. I'm not sure if I have posted this in the correct section, but since it is to do with painting, it still seems industrial despite it being in a college. OK, A college offers a painting and decorating course as part of it's many courses on offer. In around 1981/82, a dedicated workshop building opened used to for the painting and decorating lessons. It was in use for many years up until recently when the painting and decorating classes relocated to a new building. However, the old building has now been abandoned and nothing has been done with it whatsoever. I didn't take any pictures, but here is a video clip of the place:
  2. Yes Im a geek, with nothing better to do in the late hours of a Wednesday night. If there is anybody out there who like to do light painting then I found a good application on the iPhone App store. It cost around £1.19 and gives you various light settings. The app is funnily enough called Light Painting . Saves you having to carry loads of coloured gels/torches I took these test shots at ISO400 at F8 and approx 10 to 15 secs exposure Light array setting Rainbow setting Dynamic Spot Setting Yes I know it's sad. I do love my iPhone a bit to much
  3. here are a couple of photos i have taken over 2008/09 from various sites. These have been taken on my sony A200 with a 18-70mm zoom lens with 30s exposure. Let me know what you think. appologie for the watermarking on the final image as this was used previously on another website.