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Light Painting 2015

In January photo group member Don Mendenhall demonstrated the technique of Light Painting for photography. Light Painting results when a handheld light source, usually a flashlight, is used in a dark room or outdoors at night to illuminate a subject. When you make a light painting, your camera is on a tripod with its shutter open for a timed exposure while you illuminate parts of the subject with the light. One of our assignments for March was to try out this technique. Here is what we came up with!

Clint Hotaling
Photo by Clint Hotaling
Clint Hotaling
Photo by Clint Hotaling
Clint Hotaling
Photo by Clint Hotaling
Don Mendenhall
Photo by Don Mendenhall
Don Mendenhall
Photo by Don Mendenhall
Don Mendenhall
Photo by Don Mendenhall
Becky Halstead
Photo by Becky Halstead
Becky Halstead
Photo by Becky Halstead
Becky Halstead
Photo by Becky Halstead
Rich Armstrong
Photo by Rich Armstrong
Rich Armstrong
Photo by Rich Armstrong
Rich Armstrong
Rich Armstrong
Jane Henze
Photo by Jane Henze
Jane Henze
Photo by Jane Henze
Jane Henze
Photo by Jane Henze
Jessica Svetlik
Photo by Jessica Svetlik
Jessica Svetlik
Photo by Jessica Svetlik
Jessica Svetlik
Photo by Jessica Svetlik
Kurt Westbrook
Photo by Kurt Westbrook
Kurt Westbrook
Photo by Kurt Westbrook