A string from the ceiling with a light at the end, is what light painters normally do when they want to create phisiograms. Last night I decided to take that principle but invert it: I hung the Ricoh Theta V on the string instead of a light. I set a light with a fast strobe on the floor shining through diffraction grating and on holographic paper. I also had a strobing green line laser pointed at different parts of the floor and walls. The green became turquoise because of the cold white balance I chose. Most shots are 1 minute exposures. A few are 30 seconds.
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