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For anybody who has and iPhone and likes light painting

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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

Program Icon to look out for on app store original.png

I took these test shots at ISO400 at F8 and approx 10 to 15 secs exposure

Light array setting

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Rainbow setting

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Dynamic Spot Setting

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Yes I know it's sad. I do love my iPhone a bit to much :ugeek:

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Nice

but I'll stick with torches an gels, cos I cant afford an iPhone just yet lol

Can you turn up the brightness anymore?

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Powersurge you got an Iphone!! Seems only yesterday we were sitting in that unwelcoming marden pub talking about them

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Nice

Can you turn up the brightness anymore?

Yeah you can or you can just put the iPhone into auto brightness. But I must admit it still isn't as bright as even a basic torch. Just handy if youve forgotten your gels etc

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Powersurge you got an Iphone!! Seems only yesterday we were sitting in that unwelcoming marden pub talking about them

Yeah I decided to get one after almost throwing my pants Nokia 5800 against a wall :weapon:

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