Incessant snow, a day off, a remote shutter release, a flashlight, a dark basement, and Silver Efex Pro software equal this week's shadow shot entry. I recently learned of a technique of opening the shutter of the camera in a dark room and then "light painting" with a flashlight or other light source. Moving the subject while the light is off results in the look of multiple exposures. In reality, it's just one long exposure. I experimented with a flashlight and a small off camera flash which I could trigger manually. Honestly, I took so many pictures, I'm not sure which light source I used on any individual picture, although I think the first one was with the Holga mini slave flash and the rest were with the flashlight. I wasn't getting nauseated here. I was trying to do a "hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil" pose, but I had to use one hand to work the light.
Even I find this one spooky. It's uncanny how much I look like my Grandpa Cory in the middle pose.