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April 9, 2014 / Aware of the Void

Cloudy with a Chance of Sparks

67/365/2014 - Light into Dark

Light painting is one of those things that I really enjoy doing that pretty much forces me to use my digital camera. I have been concentrating on printing in my darkroom for the last few weeks so it was nice to get out into the evening skies. I met up with a bunch of light painting buddies and we filled the night with sparks and lights.

This is always a fun way to spend a few hours. Everything was shot using my Nikon D90 and on location in Skerries Co. Dublin

DSC_1097 - 2014-04-08 at 21-57-55

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DSC_1090 - 2014-04-08 at 21-46-43

 

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  1. frauinga / Apr 10 2014 4:14 am

    Awesome! It’s a technique I’ve never tried before but would love to learn. How was the white object made?

    • Aware of the Void / Apr 10 2014 6:58 am

      Hi Inge, it’s a bicycle wheel with LEDs attached to the tyre.

      • frauinga / Apr 10 2014 11:57 am

        Really? I’m going to read that link you sent me. It looks very cool!

  2. kathryningrid / Apr 15 2014 9:36 pm

    More than a chance! Great photos. And yes, here I am, Kathryn Sparks, thinking you were about to post something about ME. So egotistical, I know. 😉 Love your light painting!

    • Aware of the Void / Apr 18 2014 8:42 am

      It is a bit of fun, the auld light painting. There is a crowd of us that regularly meet up and do a bit.
      I have seen your photos – the ego is deserved 😉

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