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Inspiration in Light Art: Photos, Videos, and Guides
As designers we are always looking for inspiration. Sometimes it is hard to find a source of inspiration outside of the internet and in the real world. Today I’ve brought to you a form of inspiration I love, light art.
Light art is defined by Wikipedia as a photographic technique in which exposures are made usually at night or in a darkened room by moving a light source or by moving the camera.
So you want to learn how to produce some awesome Light Art of your own? Here are a few tutorials:
Christopher Hibbert discusses details ranging from basic information to the tools, camera settings, light, and technique. This post is a great resource!
DIYPhotography outlines the camera, tripod, location, and what kind of light you will need to capture light art. The post goes into detail about different ways to capture light art and different areas you can experiment with.
This post gives you hints as to what ISO and shutter speed to use. The author also gives a few examples that he took as he learned the best way to tackle this method.
That’s a wrap. Now it’s your turn to go out and create your own light art. I hope you enjoyed the inspiration and if you have any of your own photos you’d like to share be sure to post them in the comments below!