In this Light Painting Tool Tutorial I show 4 different ways to add color to your Plexiglass Light Painting Brushes. Plexiglass Light Painting Brushes stand out as one of the most versatile tools in the realm of light painting. Renowned for their adaptability, these tools open up a world of creative possibilities, whether you’re crafting abstract light painting images, capturing the essence of light in portraits, fashioning ethereal light-painted wings, or conjuring a plethora of radiant orbs until your arms will wear out before the possibilities of these tools.
The sheer versatility of Plexiglass Light Painting Brushes is further amplified when color is introduced into and onto the plexiglass, breathing life into your images. In this tutorial, we’ll delve into the myriad tools and techniques at your disposal, each capable of producing remarkable results independently. However, the true magic unfolds when you intertwine these diverse techniques, creating a symphony of unique colors and textures that elevate your light painting photography to new heights Enjoy the transformative magic of Plexiglass Light Painting Brushes, and let your imagination run wild in the realm of light.
Light Painting Tools in this video:
The Plexiglass Light Painting Tools are from Light Painting Brushes
Light Excursion RGB Light: https://www.instagram.com/lightexcursion/
Screw On Color Filters: https://lightpaintingbrushes.com/products/color-filters
Transparent Color Vinyl: https://amzn.to/2IBZOGT
Flashlight: Soonfire MX66: https://amzn.to/38dXpLL
Wide Tip Sharpies: https://amzn.to/3eQTAyl
The camera settings for most the Light Painting Photographs you see in this tutorial video were: ISO 100, F8-F10, and exposure times ranged from 10-45 seconds shooting in a completely dark studio environment. Here are a few examples: