First Light Painting

I’m not sure what people were thinking when they saw me waving my camera around in circular and triangular motions and then eagerly looking at the results on the little screen on the back. I had heard of painting with light and seen some examples, so I thought to give it a try, at the risk of appearing slightly lunatic to bystanders. As you can see from the examples below I’m a complete beginner, but it was certainly a lot of fun. You can try it out in a dimly lit place with some lights, just choose a small aperture and a long exposure time of a few seconds and off you go.

Colorful Waves of LightAbstract Light PaintingBlue and Green Light PaintingLight Painting with LOVE

Weekly Challenge Experimental

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5 Responses to First Light Painting

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  2. Anita says:

    This is great and so colorful. This brings joy!

    Like

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  4. 9agz3 says:

    Brilliant and vital!

    Like

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