Tips & Tutorials

Light Painting for Starters

In a nutshell, Light Painting involves making patterns, shapes or words in the air using a light source and long shutter exposures to capture patterns on camera. Some examples of light sources can be torchlights, burning steel wool, and sparklers. With the right equipment setup, techniques and subjects, one can explore almost an endless realm of possibilities to experiment with.


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