Light Paint Live software for free?! Just noticed an interesting post on FB by the makers of Light Paint Live which is a Live Light Painting Software. Seems that cause of Google shut down the chrome app store they are giving Mercury pro, their live software for free!! for a period until they have another payment system up. Till then its free for people to play with it! It’s a great tool that can be really helpful for people, cause it’s easier when you see what you are actually doing in real time… In any case big thanks...Read More
Month: March 2018
Colours in Light Painting – Artistic and aesthetic aspects In Light Art Photography and Light Painting (almost), every colour can be shown with suitable lamps and spectral filters in (almost) every desired saturation and brightness. Some Light Painters are to be shown often tried possibly many colours in a picture without being aware of the effect of the colours on the eye of the viewer and the effect of the colours obviously to each other. On the other side, there are Light Painting artists who work very strictly with complementary colours like the respected Pala Teth. If...Read More
PHOTO OF THE WEEK 10 This week, our artist of the month for March Marcel Panne from Lichtfaktor went again through all your submissions with the #lightpaintingblog hashtag. His choice for this week’s featured image is by Marc Fernández Díaz. Here is what Marcel said about his choice: A very sensual picture. We all have seen allot of fibre images in the last few years, but this one pops out of the masses. You can find more of his work on his Instagram account Congrats Marc! USE #LIGHTPAINTINGBLOG There are daily features on our Instagram account and once per week, the Artist of the month will be selecting one to...Read More
PHOTO OF THE WEEK 10 So for the first time this week, our artist of the month for March Marcel Panne from Lichtfaktor went through all your submissions with the #lightpaintingblog hashtag. His choice for this week’s featured image is by Riley Bangerter. Here is what Marcel said about his choice: A abstract futuristic peace of art, nice light texture and color. You can find more of his work on his website and Instagram accounts Congrats Riley! USE #LIGHTPAINTINGBLOG There are daily features on our Instagram account and once per week, the Artist of the month will be selecting one to be featured as the Photo of the week!...Read More
Artist of the Month March – Lichtfaktor With a week delay cause of my crazy schedule lately ( and in a bit different format this time… ) we are proud to present you the featured artist for March, Lichtfaktor . Lichtfaktor is a Koln based light art collective, a creative agency who started basically with light painting. For more than 12 years, they have been creating all sorts of content, from light painting stop-motion animations to live performances with their own live light painting software, event stations, iPad applications and much much more. Marcel Panne, the founder of Lichtfaktor was so kind to answer some...Read More
The Concentrate by Threeworlds C5 is a compact RGB light unit designed to illuminate Concentrate’s range of light tubes including the Kali and Play series sticks. Whilst the C5 LED Light Unit is included with these products, it is also available as a standalone product. Some Australian light painters have recently displayed some great photos on Facebook using the C5. With light painters always being on the hunt for more colour changing light options, I thought it would be a timely opportunity to review one. Disclaimer The Concentrate C5 was purchased by myself from Threeworlds, who are based on...Read More
The trace we leave behind. Here I am, sitting in the rainforest jungle of Australia drinking rainwater, surrounded by wildlife. Everything is alive, filled with movement, sounds, birds, wild kangaroos, koalas fighting at night screaming, snakes hiding and looking to feed, all kind of insects I have never seen before and more. From here, I want to talk about the trace we leave behind. Once visiting a temple in the mountains of Japan, a friend fixed something out of place there and said; Leave a place, better than how you found it. This sentence stayed with me all these...Read More
PHOTO OF THE WEEK 9 This week, since our artist of the month for March, is not yet announced the photo of the week choice is made by myself. My choice for this week’s featured image is by Kim von Coels. There have been many stunning images lately from her ïnside a bath tube” series.. and this is one of those! You can find more of her work on her website and Instagram Congrats Kim! USE #LIGHTPAINTINGBLOG There are daily features on our Instagram account and once per week, the Artist of the month will be selecting one to be featured as the Photo of the week!...Read More
The Klarus XT11GT is a very popular flashlight with light painters. Boasting a claimed 2000 lumens, and compatible with all commercial light painting connectors, does it live up to the hype? Disclaimer The Klarus XT11GT was send to me for free by FastTech, for an honest review. I make no commission from links or sales. Product page. Coupon code “MAP” in cart for a nice price! This review is of the 2nd generation of this flashlight. The original version has a Cree XHP35 HI (instead of HD) emitter, which had more throw (40,000cd), but less lumens (1600lm). Only the 2nd...Read More
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