Table Top Light Painting

Table Top Light Painting

 

In this assignment we where asked to create light paintings like to Dave Black.

to do this I focused on indoor table top light painting.

in the indoor i did mostly table top light paintings. with a Mag-lite led XL 100 this is a great light that has helped me to create soft light on the subject giving it a painted like look.

For all of the light paintings I lowered my shouter speed on my camera to around 6 and out side any where from 15 to 30 that allows the light that you shine to be more apparent in the pictures. another thing that you need is a tripod.

Also when you are light painting you do not want to shine the light back at the camera because it leaves light trails that look really crazy and out of place.

I hope that you enjoy looking at my pictures and that you will let me know if there is something that I can improve on.

 

Aaryn preece-light-painting-spnap-on-rexburg-idaho (3 of 7)
Aaryn preece-light-painting-silver bullet-rexburg-idaho (7 of 7) copy
Aaryn preece-light-painting-idaho (6 of 7) copy
Aaryn preece-light-painting-idaho (5 of 7) copy
Aaryn preece-light-painting-idaho (2 of 7) copy
    Aperture: ƒ/1.8; Focal length: 35mm; ISO: 400; Shutter speed: 2s;
    Aperture: ƒ/5.3; Focal length: 44mm; ISO: 400; Shutter speed: 2.5s;
    Aperture: ƒ/4.2; Focal length: 26mm; ISO: 400; Shutter speed: 6s;
    Aperture: ƒ/5.6; Focal length: 55mm; ISO: 400; Shutter speed: 4s;
    Aperture: ƒ/1.8; Focal length: 35mm; ISO: 400; Shutter speed: 2s;

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