Light Painting

September 15, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

Painting with light is something I have experimented with in the past but never really delved as far deep into as I have been wanting to. I gathered up some supplies, including a light bar I purchased almost a year ago and got to playing around. The first night was a full moon, I highly recommend waiting for a new moon. You want as little outside light pollution as possible. Other supplies needed is string lights, Gaffer tape, some sort of straight piece of wood, sparklers and water, a tripod and any camera you can set to manual.

 

The first attempts were with the light bar. I really like how the lines of the dock draw you in. I will be heading back to hone in on the ideas I have for this spot.

The second attempt is a much darker night in a more secluded area. I knew I was going to be playing with fire (literally) so I needed a more private and open area.

These are the very beginning stages of my light painting journey and I think it will be fun to look back on these and see how I progress forward. I will say quarantine life sure is good for giving me the kick in the arse to do all the things I have been putting off.


Comments

No comments posted.
Loading...

Archive
January February March (2) April May June July August September October November December
January February March April May June July August September October November December
January February March (1) April May June July August (2) September October November December (1)
January (2) February (3) March (1) April (1) May (2) June July August September October November December