Glow-in-the-dark Lomography Flash

With this instruct able I want to show how to add some precise glow-in-the-dark details to your objects. In my case I thought to paint the  logo of my lomography flash. The flash itself will charge the paint while you shot your photos 

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Step 1: Tools

The tools required are:
  • a Lomography flash (mine is a Diana F flash: it has a very nice chromed finish)
  • glow-in-the-dark paint (mine is on ebay)
  • a paintbrush made out of
    • a chopstick
    • a needle
To assemble your "paintbrush" just put the needle for 0.5 cm (0.2 inches) into the chopstick . Now you got a single-drop-precise paintbrush! 

Step 2: Paint

Now fill the lower areas of the logo with glow-in-the-dark paint
Don't rush! Just do it one drop at a time

Step 3: Shot Photos and Enjoy Your Flashy Flash

I took some photos and realized that the flash itself charge the glow of the paint: awesome!

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