In this episode of the Light Painting Photography VLOG I meet up with fellow light painters Johnny Griffin and Bobby Hopp in their home town of Alma, Arkansas! Johnny had so many awesome light painting tools that he had created I wanted to steal them all. We got to collaborate and create a few images before I had to get back on the road and head home to Florida. Enjoy!
Here is episode 28 of the Light Painting Photography VLOG! If you have not subscribed to our YouTube channel yet please do it NOW! This Light Painting VLOG was filmed at Cheyenne Mountain State Park! Enjoy…
Here is latest episode of the Light Painting Photography VLOG. There isn’t much Light Painting in this episode of the VLOG but I wanted to share the experience anyway because I think there is still some good stuff in here. It just goes to show that things don’t always work out like you plan especially when you are trying to creating Light Paintings in places you have never been before. The next episode has lots of light painting in it I promise… If you have not subscribed to our YouTube channel yet please do it NOW! This episode was filmed in Golden and Estes Colorado at the Stanley Hotel where they filmed some of The Shining! Enjoy…
In this light painting video tutorial Chanette Manso shows us how she uses the 3 Foot Sparkle Fiber Optic From Light Painting Brushes to create Lilies made of Light! Check out the tutorial video and images below Chanette has created using this light painting technique. You can make these lilies anywhere even on the rooftops of New York City! You can see more of Chanette’s work on her Instagram Here and if you want to learn more about light painting in NYC make sure to check out Light Painting New York HERE.
I have just finished up a new light painting tutorial showing How To Light Paint Flowers using tools from Light Painting Brushes! I am really excited to share this new technique with everyone and I can’t wait to see the images people create using it! Hope you all Enjoy!
Light Painting Photographer Chris Bauer has created a new light painting video tutorial showing how he creates his series of Abominable Snowmen using the new Unicorn Plexiglass from Light Painting Brushes! Check out the images and video below! Enjoy.
The setting used in the light painting tutorial are:
Shooting on BULB mode, the exposure times vary from 3-8minutes for the images created in this tutorial.
The tools used in this light painting tutorial are available from:
Make sure to follow and tag chris in your image that you create using this light painting technique here:
In this light painting photography tutorial, Light Painting Brushes Brand Ambassador Jason Rinehart shows how he creates amazing long exposure light painting effects with a technique he developed using a simple bed sheet. Jason is known for his ability to turn ordinary items from around the house into extraordinary images using his incredible imagination! Make sure to follow Jason’s incredible light painting work at the links below!
Light Painting VLOG 21 filmed in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Summer 2018 Road Trip, The Camera Doesn’t Matter.
In this episode of the Light Painting VLOG I travel with my aunt and uncle to Gatlinburg, Tennessee. First we stop to see the bears at Cade’s Cove then we hike up to Leconte Lodge where I create some light paintings on some of the many beautiful trails surrounding the lodge. To keep my pack light I left behind my main camera and only brought along my Canon G7X to film the VLOG and shoot all my light paintings. All of the images and video you see in this episode were captured on the Canon G7X.
The light painting tools that I use are:
All of these images were captured on the Canon G7X.
Here is a new tutorial I (Jason D. Page) created showing how to make a ghost using the Light Whip from Light Painting Brushes. Enjoy.
This Light Painting VLOG is about the final day of the 2018 Light Painting World Alliance Meet UP hosted by Jason Rinehart in Buchanan Virginia. In this episode we all meet at Roaring Run to collaborate at a giant stone furnace that was used to make canon balls for the civil war! Make sure to subscribe to our Light Painting Photography YouTube Channel as we transition the LPP BLOG to the LPP VLOG! Enjoy.
Image by Johnny Dickerson