In my previous post, I explained in the comments section how I created it using a Kitchen Aid mixer with a small “micro-light” (with programable strobe mode) from a pair of LED gloves that I have attached to it. Since I am setting “the mixer project” to rest (it is much easier to use the ceiling technique as described in a #lightpaintingbrushes tutorial), I thought first I’d share a sampling of the other images captured in this #kitchenaid experiment. I created these images using a few small, single colored led lights (the kind you can buy at almost any grocery store), black tape, and a small mirror (attached behind the rotational mechanism), with exception of the “bubble” looking images (the last post and also the last image in this post), which were made as described in the previous post. Enjoy and thanks for checking out my work.
As always, each image is created in a single #longexposure , using a variety of #lightpainting#sooc techniques with #nophotoshop 📸🔦🐇
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