I recently came across an interesting article on light painting – and I gave it a try last night. There’s no
expensive special equipment required – just your camera, a tripod, shutter release cable and a flashlight. Then, in low ambient light use long exposure times and the flashlight to ‘paint’ light on your subject(s). Blah blah blah. It is a lot of fun… and you can get some fairly interesting results.
What have I learned from all of this?
1. I need better subject matter.
2. There are apples buried in the back of our fridge (I have no idea how they got there).
3. I am not a wine drinker (evidence? label falling off old bottle and dirty, dirty glass).
*whew* That was fun. Now beer me, please!
About this image: Digital photo, 30 second exposure… at… f-11-ish? Moderately manipulated (quite a bit of dodging and burning with levels adjustment layers, etc.)