SPNN light painting photography

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Last week IFP and SPNN students learned a new process of photography called light painting. Light painting photography involves using lights and moving them to form symbols in the air. After three seconds, a picture is taken of the scene. This leaves a bright, colorful lights to the picture that you wouldn’t have gotten in a normal process. IFP and SPNN students really enjoyed what they learned, and hopefully they can use this technique for future projects.

 

Blogpost by: Feven

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About deaconwarner

Deacon Warner is the youth program director at IFP Minnesota and a freelance filmmaker.
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