Laser Painting Tigers
I played around with the BULB function on my DLSR then used a laser pointer to paint the tiger. Just a fun experiment. Here is my setup.
Did you know that the word photography literally means “drawing with light”. As we all know, without some type of light there just won’t be a photo. Sometimes, however, we are more focused on composition, looking for cool textures or telling a story with our photos. So this week’s challenge is all about the light. FIRST, think of what your light source will be before you think of a subject to photograph. The fact that you only have one light source available means that you are also going to have to think about where you are going to place the light and what type of shadows you want to create. It is okay to use the sun as your single light source but challenge yourself to be really conscious of the light. Ask yourself from which direction the light is coming and pay attention to what type of shadows are made. Harsh light will create sharper shadows and diffused light will make softer shadows. And does warm light really create cool shadows? This is the week to suffice yourself with the light creative Framers – so let’s light up the album!