EXPERIMENTAL LIGHT PAINTING WITH CLASS 35

Last week, as part of Experimental Practices, an elective term 4 course taught by Dougal Muir, there was a fun session of light painting photography. I helped to guide the shooting after sharing some tips on the technical requirements, camera settings, and providing some sources of inspiration. We made use of a camera remote, a tripod, slow shutter speeds, gels, and various LED lights. Check out the following light painting results by Digital Design Class 35!

Experimental Light Painting with Class 34

As part of Experimental Practices, an elective term 4 course taught by Dougal Muir, there was a fun session of light painting photography that took place last week. I helped to guide the shooting after sharing some tips on technical requirements and some sources of inspiration. We made use of a camera remote, a tripod, slow shutter speeds, gels, and various LED lights. Check out the following light painting results by Digital Design Class 34!

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Epic Light Painting

As part of Experimental Practices, an elective course in term 4 taught by Dougal Muir, there is a fun session of light painting photography that I conduct. Some of these images were from that lesson, and the rest were from another session: The other students in Digital Design Class 33 had seen the previous results and wanted to create more light paintings. We made use of a camera remote, a tripod, slow shutter speeds and various LED lights. Here are some of the epic images created as a result of our collaboration.

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Light Painting Imagery

Digital Design Class 31 students recently created light painting images as part of a lesson in the Experimental Practices course. After an introduction on the technical requirements regarding lighting and camera settings, the students worked in teams to capture interesting light trails and patterns. Take a look at their eye-catching work.


 
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Experimental Light Painting

Digital Design Class 30 students created some stunning light painting images as part of a recent lesson in the Experimental Practices course. Instructor Dougal Muir led the first part of the lesson on crafting a personal mantra, quote or positioning statement. This mantra provided the students a starting point for the light painting visual experiments. I guided the second part of the lesson where I provided some sources of inspiration and talked about the technical requirements. By using slow shutter speeds and various light sources in a dark room, we captured a series of interesting light trails and patterns. The students also “wrote” a piece of their mantras using light painting techniques with the intention of further post-processing. This lesson consistently produces great work, and it is always fun to take part in it.

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