Another entry from the Lawrence Mills light painting workshop in April. I’m very pleased with the balance in light between the indoors and outdoors part of the scene, which was achieved with a single exposure.
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The nXnw crew has never gone to Idaho on one of our trips, but we’ve been there twice. Last’ year trip to the Palouse region of eastern Washington State had us very close to Idaho’s western border, and this year’s trip to Jackson, Wyoming had us near Idaho’s eastern border. Both times we drifted over […]
I could have been a little more productive this weekend. If I had, I could tell you where this is, maybe. If I had been more productive I might have offloaded my GPS tracks, synced them with my trip photos, and I could know what state this is in, at least. Well, it’s probably Wyoming. […]
I also considered calling this “Rainbow Room.” I’m not sure it is a full spectrum or rainbow of color, but that certainly is a substantial mix. This is, as you might have guessed, another shot from the Lawrence Mills Light Painting workshop I have featured in recent posts.
I finally got around to editing the images I took during the Historic Mill Light Painting Workshop in Lawrence, MA I went to last month. This is a blend of two separate light painting takes: one of the cart and the other of the room. Thanks to my friends Bob Lussier, and Steve Perlmutter for running a […]