Sparkler Light Painting

in #photofeed8 months ago

Sparkler Fun at the Pyramide Garzau

The little (13.8m tall) Pyramide on the hill in Garzau is an interesting mix of very different styles from around the world. Of course, there is a strong Egyptian and Greek influence visible. With this photo, I try to uncover the lines and texture of the building using some dramatic lighting.
2020_04_12_Pyramid-Garzau-LP (26)-LR-2.jpg

My french friend DILIZ inspired me to play more with Sparklers. So here I once again try to incorporate this feature into one of my Light Paintings. On such a long-distance perspective, I was not sure how visible the shapes will occur, that I created. In the end, I saw what I actually drew in mid-air on my screen and had a big smile on my face. I found one or two funny Foxes or Bunnies. Not sure what you see but that is in the eye of the beholder.

What you see is once again a single exposure Light Painting with no Photoshop. Minimal adjustments like crop and color balance, noise, and sharpness have been performed. 1min Lightroom.

How & What?

Photoicon-Camera-47x36.pngCanon 5D Mark IV Camera Settings:
Photoicon-Timer-47x36.png317 seconds
Photoicon-F-Stop-47x36.pngF11 on the LAOWA F2.8 12mm ZeroD

I hope it was informative and maybe also inspirational. If you have more questions please do not hesitate. I am happy to share my knowledge.

Gunnar Heilmann Photogrpahy

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A really interesting technique..thanks!