How to change your mind. Camera Rotation - Light Painting

in #photofeed29 days ago (edited)


Have a closer look! Don't break your neck.

Michael Pollan changes your perspective on what was once impossible to talk about in public. Here I thought I give it a visual twist. Inspired by all the different ways to change the way you think about yourself and the world around you. How to change your mind by Michael Pollan is a book that addresses that very aspect and delivers you an interesting insight a hell of a lot of different ways from a personal perspective. Super interesting.

For this shot, I ran around the library twice. Lighting Feli simply and the library with white first (more innocent), arriving at the camera and turning the rig by 180°, and then 'N' has entered a different mind and space and brings some more colorful world views, with me lighting it in orange and blue.

Want to see more Camera Rotation? Click here to see it on my website.

Here you can find the original post.

The shots are created all in-camera just as usual. There are some minor adjustments; like crop and denoise. To my surprise, the white balance was just perfect.

Here you can see the Making of directly.

I hope it was informative and maybe also somewhat inspirational. If you have more questions please do not hesitate. I am happy to share my knowledge.

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