Painting with light
don't know what to do...
I have a former short course student who - after a short course last summer - really got the technique of PWL together...
And she has made a short video, showing what she is doing.
I am duying to show you this, but as it happens she is using the wrong type of camera....
Can I put the link here?
To me it doesn't matter what type of camera she is using - the technique is excately the same, and my reason for showing it, is to hopefully inspire others to try it out...
i would LOVE to see this !
and i agree with you 100% it doesn't matter to me either :)
+1 Please, please please! I also would like to learn this technique.
Originally Posted by jnanian
Until I get "permission", you can see it from LLF (the lounge)...
Put it in the Miscellaneous forum. No one seems to mind a little sideways "D" reference there. I'd love to see it.
But that is about cameras--- this is about light..
Originally Posted by Whiteymorange
I asked - waiting for reply..
PM me the link if you would I am bored :D
Originally Posted by gandolfi
My students do lots of experimenting with drawing with light and a technique one of them did was quite interesting, as follows: - She put her camera on a tripod in her back garden at night and dressed in dark clothing, with the shutter open and using a point source torch (taped over with black plastic, with a small hole in it); she drew a stick man with his dog. In the morning she went back into the garden and planted the tripod with camera into the same holes in the lawn and using double exposure technique, made a photograph of her lawn and house. The result was a drawing with light technique in daylight. I thought that was pretty impressive. She did it on black and white film, but using different coloured lights it could also work quite well with colour film. See the work of Takihiro Sato for similar effects.
that is a great video !
i always imagine it takes a long long time
to do something like that, but it takes no time at all :)
I'd bet you could post the link on DPUG and reference it here.