Light Painting an Orb always goes
Using Denis Smith "Ball of Light" tool in the mountain range close to the southern border of Germany. Not yet perfect in using the tool but with a little more practice I can close the gap in the top section of the orb. As the moon was rising it gave me the early blue hour as well as some stars.
What happened here?
At first, I would start spinning the Orb, having the remote control for my camera in the hand I would trigger as soon as I have a nice spin. Then I would walk a circle with the toll spinning and turn off the light tool when the circle is completed. After that, I was walking to the right and lit up the main hoodoo, then behind to light up the trees and come back to go further left of the frame. In the process, I applied white as well as some red light. The rock formation has a natural reddish-orange color so it was easy to uncover some colorful areas.
|Canon 5D Mark IV Camera Settings:|
|F22 on the LAOWA F2.8 12mm ZeroD|
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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