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I really like the idea of combining long exposure photography with GIF. I couldn't get my hands on a very high end camera but I gave it a shot. It was certainly nice to understand and experiment with different aperture and ISO settings to try and get the best contrast. Thanks for sharing.
I didn't have a toy car so decided to take my dad's for a ride as a temporally solution. Understanding the light properties can be observed from my shadows. First GIF shows the result when the left light is on, then the right light and finally both lights together. Second GIF shows that as the car gets closer to me the angle between my shadows keep increasing due to the moving light sources. All of which are indications of directionality of light space.I'll post updates here as I try to get the different pieces together. For now, this has been a lot fun. Thanks for sharing.
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