Flashlight Photography -an artistic approach!

Here is a black Romisen RC-A8 taken with this modified Romisen RC-A6

held between fingers while holding the camera with both hands.

I ordered my M43 w/ 219c 5000K last Thursday.

I hope I haven’t posted this one before.

Otanacious, how do you like that Meteor? I love how compact it is, and so exquisitely engineered. Really glad I chose the “white” one like yours. :wink:

Also love those bodacious depth of field shots! :smiley:

Lumenzilla, if your Uncles liked that little light as much as your Ants do you’d probably lose it. :wink: hahahahaha

so which of those pix actually used flashlights for the lighting?

I love it man. Coming from other complex UIs like the guppydrv firmware or the ToyKeeper A6 firmware, I got used to its UI quite easily. Build quality is A+, and beefy just like the lens I used to take those bokehlicious pictures of it haha.

Already using it for what my main intentions will be :stuck_out_tongue:

Nice close up :+1:

(Thanks djozz for reviving this thread!!!)

I had a couple of my Fireflies.

I choosed a few photos from my gallery:
MF01 mini

Emisar D4V2 and little hedgehog

Fireflies E01

MS18 in grass

Wuben T70 in rain

BLF GT70 XHP70.2


Hmmm, can't figure out how to post pics.


Anyone for a bit of light porn? :wink:

DBC-08, as entered into the Old Lumens Scratch Build Contest, Machine Category. Made from gifted components that came from BLF members around the world. Copper and Brass Mokume Gane pill and Timascus bezel/tail cap from Saudi Arabia, Carbon Fiber tube sections from Scotland, driver from Croatia and machined on the lathe BLF bought for Justin back in 2015. Utilizes an 1x1mm White Flat powered by a Samsung 16650 cell (not a typo). Reflector is from an X5 out of the SS/Cu set by Kronological. The reflector threads into the Mokume Gane for exact centering on the tiny White Flat.

And yes, photo illuminated by a modded flashlight, the DQG 26650 with a high CRI Cree COB in mule configuration.

Photo taken with a Canon 6D and Hybrid 100mm Macro lens with our Christmas tree as a backdrop. :wink:

Nice photo!

I hope it was taken a while ago as it's already mid-February.

Now that is a Beautiful light and a collectors light too. Priceless :slight_smile:

Playing around with HDR composites.