Light Painting 10th May 2013 May11 by Andrew Friend We decided to try light painting last night. This means using a long exposure and low light sensitivity so the camera picks up what you ‘paint’ with different light sources. I am pretty impressed with our results. What do you think? AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookEmailMorePinterestTumblrLinkedInPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
I think they’re incredible!
Thank you 🙂
hi andrew, your photos are fantastic….
I love light painting- what did you use as your light source? The different colors look great.
Thank you 🙂
We had different types of torches. A friend of mine had a fantastic torch which changed colour every few seconds which is the one mainly in the photos on here… must find where to buy one!!
Hi Andrew! Nice to meet you, and thanks so much for liking some of my recent posts, “Macro Pinecone…” and my “Macro Photorgraphy” page. It means an awful lot.
Now, getting to this blog of yours. I like this series of painting with light! Would you mind sharing how you set this up – guessing long exposure, but how long? How did the light drawers “disappear”? Very cool!
Thanks Laurie! I love macro
Photography and your photos are great!! I’ll post some tips on light painting over the weekend so stay tuned 🙂
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