Light Painting inside an old MIG Fighter Plane hangar.
Sven Gerard friend and epic LightPainter from Lichtkunstfoto.de and I
went out just south of Berlin to visit this little hangar that used to house a MIG 29 as far as I know.
The featured image took 306 seconds of exposure at ISO50. To get the entire hangar I used the LAOWA Zero D 12mm F2.8 Lens. Amazing lens for architecture and landscape. Here it was working for us nicely.
Since I had a lot of fireworks left from this somewhat canceled new years eve celebration 2020/21, I felt like getting rid of some roman candles. Sven was brave enough and trusted me to be behind him with fireworks shooting in his direction. No animals were hurt in the process of making these photos.
Of course, just like always, we need to get used to the environment and do the standard illumination process done. That's what that is:
22 seconds at ISO 200
I hope it was informative and maybe also inspirational. If you have more questions please do not hesitate. I am happy to share my knowledge.
Gunnar Heilmann Photogrpahy
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