Indoor Light Painting

During my photo excursion to Victor, Idaho and Jackson, Wyoming I was able to play around with light painting. Light painting is the process of ¬†using a long exposure while using an external light to “paint” the scene that you want to appear in the image. The results are very dramatic and show how truly important light really is to a composition. By being able to control the light source enhances your ability to create new and unique images.

All photos were taken using a tripod to steady the camera during exposure while using a flashlight to create highlights. Minimal edits were done in Adobe Photoshop to either remove small light trail and enhance color.

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CanonT3I, F16, Shutter: 30, ISO 100
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CanonT3I, F13, Shutter: 25, ISO 100
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CanonT3I, F11, Shutter: 30, ISO 100

 

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Canon T3I, F13, Shutter: 20, ISO 100
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Canon T3I, F16, Shutter: 20, ISO 100
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CanonT3I, F16, Shutter: 30, ISO 100

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