January 13, 2019
Fraggin’ The Drive. (Long Exposure Lightpainting)
Good Morning Hive, I hope you are all doing well, we’re currently in a lockdown over in the UK, as part of the measures to tackle Covid-19. This photo is from two weeks ago before that was enforced. I
Photocircle Daily Featured Photos | 25.03.2020
Hello Everyone! Welcome to the Photocircle’s Daily Featured Photos, a series that showcases five (5) outstanding photographers that contributed their amazing photos to the #photocircle tag. Photocircl
At The Gates Of Tron City. ( Long Exposure Light Painting)
Good Morning Hive, First post from me here and I must say it is pretty exciting to see this new place take off so quickly, long may that continue. This is a shot taken from Saturdays explore to an aba
Radiating. Long Exposure Light-Painting With Stencils.
Good Morning Steem, So the photo I’m going to share today is a pretty simple one to make but it’s one of my favourites. This was taken in the abandoned ammo dump in Wales during one of our Uk light-pa
Daily Signature Shot, Double Exposure, All Done In Camera.
Playing around with some perspective during the sunset. Moments like this make me fee melancholic and philosophic. Please view in full screen. Sandy Meyer Art helps to communicate and understand witho
Gravity Well. (Long Exposure Light Painting)
Good Morning Steem :) A M.C.Escher inspired lens capped camera rotation from a visit to wales with a few other UK light-painters a few years ago. @fadetoblack Tim here modeling kindly, and adding anot
"Rust & Dust"
I visited Belgium often in recent years. The idea was to share good times with my lightpainting brotherman self-nicknamed Pala Teth. I really like the belgian state of mind, full of self-mockery and h
Solid State - Lightpainting Obsolete Computer Parts
Good morning world. I hope all is well and that you're ready for the weekend. @martbarras very kindly sent me a pcb in the mail a while back and quite possibly to coolest one I now own. Cheers again m
Zoom pulling - lightpainting with focal length changes during the exposure
One of the things I haven't seen many examples of in lightpainting is zoom pulling. This is where a zoom lens is pulled or twisted either in a smooth motion or a staccato fashion. I may not have been
This is still one of my old favorites. Taken on December 2012 in Zoetemeer, The Netherlands. Wonderful location with that amazing blue bridge surrounded by orange skies from neighbouring greenhouses.