Painting with light is a really cool technique for producing fine art photographs. I am working on a few right now and will post my results as a blog post or a podcast and posts sometime this week. For those that don’t know‚ — In order to expose a photograph you need light. Usually that light comes from the sun, flash etc. When you paint with light you photograph in TOTAL or almost total darkness, then with a flashlight (torch) flash, or other light source you light the object while your camera sits on a tripod and the shutter stays open (on bulb) for the whole exposure.
This was just the teaser. So far the results are super cool — and I will post them with a fuller explanation this week (hopefully). Hang tight. 2007 will be a year of experimentation.