Wham-O SuperBall with Red & Green Lasers [Description]
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One more photo in my Laser Series (No PhotoShop!)
How I did it:
I positioned two Black & Decker Level Lasers, facing each other, on either side of the Wham-O SuperBall. Since the Laser Levels project vertical & horizontal laser lines, it follows the contour of the SuperBall to create a red circle of laser light (Iris). I aimed a green laser, using a Helping Hand (the kind used in soldering small electronics etc.) at the center of the SuperBall to create bright green spot (Pupil). During the long exposure I manually fired a Nikon SB800 Flash, once in front about 3 feet from the ball and once from behind the ball about a foot away.
Camera: Nikon D80
Lens: Nikon AF-S Micro Nikkor 105mm
Shutter speed: 30 sec
Nikon SD-800 @ Full power
Wham-O SuperBall (Black)
Black & Decker Level Laser
Alpec Green Laser Pointer
Also by Joe Schaf
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