Using a long exposure and a small flash light, you can create some great indoor photographs.

 

The big difference between indoor and outdoor light painting is the amount of space you are trying to light up. For these indoor shots I had a small set up and used a small flash light to make sure I had precise control of what my light touched. I really enjoy shining the light through glass to create a bright spot in my photographs. This is why I chose my subjects so carefully; they included: binoculars, an old camera, old bottles, and a light bulb. As I set up my 10 second exposure I made sure to highlight those areas of glass so they subject appeared “alive.” My professor, Nicole Nugent, was the first to introduce my to light painting. She has got some talent.

 

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Check out more light painting inspired by Dave Black (an amazing light painter).