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Early november night session

gismo

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Since some solid time's passed now without me doing some more laser beam photo-shooting - mainly due to unpredictable weather conditions, work duties and in the end a partial laziness:D - I've decided to contribute with more photons results.

November's started pretty cold, it was starry night with temperatures between 3-5 °C, so despite the nearly freezing point background I prepared the following for this session:

6 lasers: 2.4W 445nm - 100mW 455nm - 100mW 520nm - 600mW 532nm - 1W 638nm - 1W 660nm

4 diffraction grating glasses, each 5x5cm in dimensions, secured by one or a pair of wooden cloth pegs (basically serving as simple clamps). As pedestals were used 2 solid concrete blocks and 1 blue 25l plastic drum (not seen in the pictures coming). I used the back of a dark green shed (3x2m) as the natural background.

This photo set is my very 1st attempt while using diffraction grating glasses, I improvised a lot, after nearly 2.5 hours, 2 batteries empty and cold feet I managed to take 50 pictures. I picked up the ones I liked mostly. Hopefully some of them will you, fellow watchers, find decent enough.

Nikon D5200 with 18-55mm lens at 20sec exposure time applied.

Here we go:).

I started with basics, to warm up a little (no gratings used).







Then to multiply my efforts, diffraction time's come:).

One laser standing as an object.













Two lasers standing as objects.















Three lasers standing as objects.





Cinema look:na:.



Peg in action:D.



:thanks: for reading & watching.
 

BowtieGuy

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Excellent! :kewlpics:

With solid beams like that, are you sure you didn't get your hands on some "lightsabers"? :D
 

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I like it, its different than brucemir's pics in that you show the actual laser instead of just the beams, i don't mind it.
 

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Thank you all for the comments, gentlemen!

Perhaps I should point out one thing, which must be clear enough anyways: I could produce the lightsaber effect mainly due to combination of cold air and my very own mouth turbine:D. It works well at short distance. Thanks god for the 20sec exposure time, I'm not sure if I managed to practice deep breathe exercise at less than 5°C for much longer:thinking:.
 
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