Light Painting

Light Painting

I just can't get enough of the glass piece from this post: Neo Silicate. This time I used the Ricoh Theta Z1 and placed it inside the glass spinning in one direction a...

Light Painting

Howdy Folks! I got carried away with the glass object from my last post. This time I used animations that I made specifically with long exposure photography in ...

Light Painting

Kinetic refractions galore with this big glass piece my sister in law lent me. It's a 1 meter cone of glass pretending to be a Christmas tree (See BTS at the bottom). She knows I'm always on the lookout for light bending tools and this one d...

Light Painting

In this series of 360 photos taken with the Ricoh Theta Z1 I used the same turntable/lazy susan as in previous posts but this time I covered it with a perforated steel trashcan (see bottom for a BTS GIF). Along with the rotation of the turnt...

Light Painting

In this series I used my favorite teleidoscope, the Vario-Spiegel-Vorsatz, attached to 28mm and 50mm prime lenses to capture several subjects. As I've done in previous posts I put the subject on the same rotating lazy susan as the camera to ...

Light Painting

Continuing the trend I set with my last post entitled Floral Disarrangements III I used the exact same method of camera and subject rotation but I did...

Light Painting

These flowers were in dire need of being disarranged so I rotated them on a lazy susan in steps of about 10 degrees while I also rotated the camera in 10 degree steps. I capped the lens in between rotations. The light source was a DLP projec...

Light Painting

Ho Ho Ho dear Hiveans, Here are a few stars for you to follow if you are wise and happen to be from the east. No more than three of you are invited though. Sorry. I divinely conjured these with a rotating Ricoh Theta Z1 on a la...

Light Painting

For this series I rolled down the black background paper above my illuminated desk to reveal just a slit and then I frantically swung my Gopro Hero 9 around. The advantage of doing this with an action camera instead of a DSLR is that it allo...

Light Painting

In this series I used a Gopro Hero 9 at the bottom of a black laundry bucket pointing up. I filled the bucket with water and then spun it on a lazy susan while pointing a green laser at the edges of the water. Stationary next to the bucket w...

Light Painting

Why settle for less when I can have more. Rotating a nifty little 360 camera, the Ricoh Z1, on multiple axes with a piece of glass also rotating in front of it and a stationary strand of gelled LEDs. ...

Light Painting

I was a very dirty boy so I got myself a good RGB laser shower. My RGB lasers are one of those cheap RGB party lasers with rotating diffraction grating built in but I ripped them out to have only the raw laser beams. I used some glass shards...