And the winner for the September 2015 Light Painting Contest Themed “Double Exposure in a Single Exposure” light painting is… Santiago Salinas de la Vega for above image titled “Flower Of Life”. This incredible light painting was created in one single 192 second exposure shot at F22 and ISO 200.
Santiago said this about creating the winning Image, “I took this photo from the Hans-Wilsdorf bridge in the city of Geneva last August. One afternoon I was looking for places to shoot and after a long walk I came across this bridge and as I saw it I liked it because of the various shapes. Returning at night I liked even more because of its lighting. The red, orange and blue, was amazing!
I framed the image from outside the bridge and using my electronic rotator camera devise, I started to rotate the camera every 45 degrees (covering and uncovering the lens in each rotation, to create the image) I rotated the camera 8 times and created the image in one single exposure. During each lens cap, I estimated 2 seconds of exposure before I capped the lens again to prevent overexposure.”
To check out more of Santiago’s Light Painting work check out his Flickr and Facebook pages! For this wonderful creation Santiago will receive a LPP prize pack filled with treasures from our sponsors below.