Mystic Forest Walk - Light Painting

in #photofeed2 months ago (edited)

Of course I put the light into the forest.

Nobody will set the light right there.
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To get these shots I walked through the forest with a green and a white torch. Important was here to highlight the bark of the trees. To do that the angle of the light has to be as low angle as possible. In this case it meant from far-right and left I lit the first row of trees. After that, I shine the green into the deep forest.

What happened here?

The main single exposure light painting was created with no use of Photoshop. All in-camera with only minor adjustments.

Photoicon-Camera-47x36.pngCanon 5D Mark IV Camera Settings:
Photoicon-Timer-47x36.png111 seconds
Photoicon-F-Stop-47x36.pngF22 on the LAOWA F2.8 12mm ZeroD
Photoicon-ISO-47x36.png400

Of course that night I engineered not just take one shot. I did experiment with different light settings and exposure times.

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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.


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Another great post. And thanks for the info, I need to give light painting a try, so any info is always useful.

You more than welcome.. Glad you returned to my gallery. Always happy to see you here again.