Knight Rider 2010: Moonrise Over Pearsonville

Knight Rider 2010: Moonrise Over Pearsonville -- by Joe Reifer

Knight Rider 2010: Moonrise Over Pearsonville — by Joe Reifer

A prop car from the movie Knight Rider 2010 shot at last week’s Pearsonville night photography workshop. The lighting is a combination of moonlight, sodium vapor streetlights, flash through the rear window of the car, and flashlight to light the store and equpiment signs. Exposure time was 2 minutes at f/8, ISO 200 — allowing just enough time to get all of the light painting done in one take without too much moon movement. Check out this car in action in the movie trailer below:

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  1. There is mesh protective netting between the front and rear seat in the car. Noticed it with a flashlight when checking out the interior, which also features a joystick and keyboard! Popped a flash at 1/2 power held up to the glass right in the center of the rear windshield to put the pattern on the front. This also showed the outline of the countoured seats, and spilled slightly on that weird vent on the front of the car, too.

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