This week’s challenge required using a slow shutter speed to capture photographs. There was also an extra challenge section which dealt with using any source of light to do some light painting.
Since both the regular challenge and the extra challenge basically required the same type of set up, I chose to do both.
First set of photos were taken with an off camera flash on the right of the subject and a small flashlight on the left side. My goal here was to create some light trails, but I wasn’t very successful in that area.
The next set of photos were taken, again, with a slow shutter speed but this time instead of using a speedlight, I chose a small flashlight to paint light and shadows on the subjects.
And in this last photo I used a string of LED lights instead of a flashlight.
I see your hand in these photos . Well done, maybe not the way I would have tackled the challenge. Love the lightpainting, something I never had much succes with.
Heidi from PB has been doing a lot of light painting and just recently posted a “tutorial blog” here’s the link
Gonna read up
Love the lighting. Once when I could not find a flashlight I made a snoot out of a toilet roll and taped it to my phone and it worked. Should try light painting again, your post is inspirational 😃
Thank you Abigail. It is a fun activity and quite addicting.
Thank you 🙂