Ha Ha thought that would get your attention. The subject matter is a little mundane I am afraid but it seemed a reasonable challenge for the experiments. I have used domestic level laser light before but here the light was moved around more randomly during the exposure. I then tried an LED flashlight which gives a nice cold blue light. Again the light is moved around the subject during exposure. What I did find was that it works best if I only used the light source for half the exposure time otherwise I got nasty red and white blinkies everywhere. The laser image is borderline and probably could have done with a coule of seconds less.
This one uses domestic level laser. Exposure is 20 sec, f/5.6, manual.
Th technique is a bit rough at present (as the images show) but I can see distinct possibilities. Comment welcome as always and lets get some of our new recruits commenting. I don't bite.....much
This uses a LED flash light slowly moved around the subject for half the exposure time of 6 secs. f/5.6 AV Mode
Again LED flashlight. 15 sec exposure f/5.6 Manual