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You might be able to replicate the effect with software such as Amberlight or Flame Painter


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It is supposed to be looked as light painting as suggested by most users. But in my point of view, it could be a mix (Digital Painting with some light painting). I have some experience in photography, digital painting and light painting as well. A pure light painting to get the desired results would be extremely difficult and involves a heck of trial and ...


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Though other answers are correct in describing light painting, there is a software/hardware combination available to predefine an image and then recreate using the light painting method. The product is called Pixel Stick This product allows you to recreate specific images within a light painting by connecting the device to a computer and pre-defining the ...


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Scott is exactly right. This is a photograph and there was no editing done to it to make it look the way it looks -- this is straight out of the camera. When a camera takes a picture it opens its shutter. During the time the shutter is open it absorbs light. The longer you leave the shutter open, the more light comes in. In this particular photo the ...


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This is a photograph. By leaving a camera shutter open, sitting on a tripod, it's a common effect to use light to create interesting shapes with the long exposure time. A person moved around with a light and the camera picked up the light. There is nothing in that image that is not part of the original photograph. it's a known photography effect ------> ...


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You can use batch processing. Not sure which version of PS you're using, but try File > Automate > Batch. You'll need two folders, one with all your original images, and another empty one to dump the edited versions in. You select these folder destinations, record the edits you want (in your case, you''l add text in the corner, or your logo or whatever) and ...



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