A quiet weekend, no teaching and just finished a retouch piece for a client. So, with a bit of spare time and last week's experimentation with light painting, today called for some outside time. Brave the cold, the wind, the sea spray and I headed down to Seacliff SA. I always reinforce as an educator, that as photographers, it's always important to test equipment. I helps push the limits, learn the boundaries and feel confident with new tools. I recently purchased an ND16 Co
With a quieter time in winter, I turn my creative attentions to developing some new work with light painting. Last year's work with dried flower arrangements (for exhibition) was well received and I thought to extend on that. Personally, light painting is either one of those styles you love or you don't. I think my natural tendency is to be more subtle but here I've embraced the idea of something different. I've been playing with a lot of different and varying light sources.