I wanted to create a particular still life using period dated props to create a newspaper editors' desk.. As I put this together , I quickly realized that I could light this with an unusual method of lighting called Light Painting.
To achieve this effect I used a small pen light in total darkness during a 30 second exposure. In darkness, I painted the light on my subject material. I wanted a single exposure to work with, so by trial and error, the finished image you see took over 100 attempts to get the single exposure shot that I wanted. Patience and tenacity was the key to getting this done.
The above preview shows how to use the live preview on this website. The image displayed is just an example, and is not available for sale.
This Website Supports Augmented Reality to Live Preview Art
This means you can use the camera on your phone or tablet and superimpose any piece of art onto a wall inside of your home or business.
To use this feature, Just look for the "Live Preview AR" button when viewing any piece of art on this website!
Buy art with confidence using the Wall Preview Tool. Choose a pre-loaded room setting or upload an image of your own, then adjust the wall color and size of the art product to find the perfect fit for your space.
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For proper scaling, stand
away from the wall.
You can also drag the image to your desired location.
Make the perfect choice with Live Preview: an augmented reality tool that brings artwork to life on your walls so you can discover the image that will make your space truly special.
For the Best Experience, View on a Mobile Device!
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That's ok. All you need to do is refresh the page to get it working again.
In some cases, you may need to close and restart your browser, or restart your device to get your camera working again with your browser.
The Live Preview feature requires a modern browser that supports the ability to launch a camera from within a browser. If you believe that your device supports that functionality, you may just need to reload this page to let the browser try to activate your camera again.
The ability to activate your camera in a browser is currently supported by Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera, in both their desktop and Android versions. It is supported by Apple's Safari browser, version 11 and higher. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has yet to add support for this functionality.
If you cannot get this working, we recommend emailing a link to a compatible device or just use the Wall Preview Tool >>
You must use the Safari browser to use this feature.
The Live Preview feature requires a modern browser that supports the ability to launch a camera from within a browser. Currently, Apple only allows this functionality to occur within the Safari browser. It may allow Chrome and others in the future.
Please open your Safari browser, visit this page again, and you'll be good to go!