A few posts ago I shared some light painting images that were created using a harmonograph. One of those pictures made it to explore on Flickr so I decided it would be a good idea to show people how I made the harmonograph and took the photograph. It’s somewhat ad-libbed, but I will let the video above do the talking.
While you’re waiting for me to get my act into gear and produce the video for my Physiogram Light Painting with a 2-pendulum Harmonograph you can have a look at what I found inspirational from Flickr in March. It’s a little late, but I am playing catch up still.
I recently made a rough, 2-pendulum harmonograph for light painting physiograms. The harmonograph has multiple positions for placing LEDs so I tried making physiograms using 1 or 2 LEDs. Check out the gallery of physiogram patterns I made with below. My plan is to create a video to show you haw I made the harmonograph and how the physiograms were created with …
February Light Painting Inspiration images from Flickr
Each month I plan to gather up the best of the light painting images I see in the major light painting Flickr groups I am a member of into a Flickr gallery. Since we are at the end of January here is the first of my monthly inspiration galleries from Flickr.
I found some colored LED light sticks I had forgotten about. Using the light sticks ribbon effects can be created and I have combined these with some orbs under a bridge close to home.
After a year in the making one of the worlds top light painters, Darren Pearson (aka Darius Twin), has released a light painting animation called ‘Lightspeed’.
My first attempt at light painting orbs. I think I got close but there is still work to be done.
A list and images of the light painting tools I currently have and use.
Using the Camera Calibration profiles in Adobe Lightroom as a starting point for post processing to get the image closer to the camera JPG processing.