Light Painting Talks

Just recently there seems to have been an increase in requests for us to do various demonstrations of light painting at camera clubs.

The latest of these was held at R B Camera Club near Nettleham, Lincolnshire.  We turned  up – to be received by a good number of enthusiastic photographers who were willing to stand out in the cold, and alternately work indoors.

We took the Spirojib with us, and the Pixelstick, and mixed in finger lights, torches, and lasers.

I’ve been given permission to post a few of the images taken that night by some of the members….. thank you so much Bryan Hurt, and Phil Blakelock of R B – good to see some creative use of the images too…….

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Bookings are coming in fairly quickly now……  so if your club would like a demonstration, and take some photos please get in touch.

Author: Diane Seddon ARPS AFIAP CPAGB BPE3* - D Seddon Photography

I am a retired freelance photographer, based in Louth, Lincolnshire.

4 thoughts on “Light Painting Talks”

    1. Yes, it’s fascinating. you’ll have to have a play next time you’re over… 🙂

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  1. Good to see RB members sending you some of the images taken on the evening. the members started a little apprehensive but soon grew into the idea, and were amazed at the outcome on the back of their cameras, so a good night enjoyed by all, including me, so big thank you to Diane and Dave Wyse.

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    1. Thanks George – fingers crossed the next one goes equally as well……. 🙂

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