At a recent image study featuring Creative shots, many of us were amazed at several that were projected. Sherri had two such “WOW!” images. I asked her to share her techniques with us.
“The Blue Snow Flowers”
are iridescent wrapping paper wrapped around a clear tube and illuminated with flashlight.
By running to each spot and “drawing” the flower
The exposure was longer than I guessed, but it was a big space
Each flower top is about 2 feet tall
ISO 100, f4.5 with 20mm for 100 seconds
light painting was made with the same sort of tool only it is about 4 feet in length and colored yellow
It was created by spinning slowly and spiraling the light up.
I then inverted the image
the whitest part was on the grass but reminded me of a galaxy, prompting the inversion
then layered on the beach fence image
exposures are shorter because the light was brighter.