challenge of the week 25-26 Thanks to everyone that participated in our Instagram Challenge of the week! As said before this is a learning process for us too, so we are gonna be trying different ways to see what has the better results, which in this case is getting more people motivated to go out and Light Paint! So we decided to try making each challenge biweekly with the hope of more people getting enough time to participate with their creations! Our theme for this week is gonna be “Use the Zoom” in your creations. One of my favorite techniques or...Read More
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Again thank you to everyone who participated in our challenge of the week! Artist of the month June Hannu Huhtamo went through all the submissions and chose this beautiful image by Patrick Rudolph. In his Instagram account, you can find more of his work Congrats Patrick! Don’t forget to check our current challenge!...Read More
First of all, a big thank you to everyone who participated in our challenge of the week! And yes, we have a winner! This beautiful image by Gunnar Heilmann. Model in the picture was Lana. Artist of the month June Hannu Huhtamo went through all the submissions and chose this one. Here is a few word from Hannu about his choice: I like the minimalistic approach on this. Simple and smooth light trails create a sense of movement even the model is standing still. Beautiful reflection looks great, it also reveals the surrounding space nicely. Gunnar is a member of the Aurora Movement. In...Read More
here is the current challenge of the week 24 Thanks to everyone that participated in our Instagram Challenge of the week! So after the first week, we learned some stuff. 🙂 We need to get a bit more precise, more clear about everything. We started this challenge to motivate people to be more active, so we will ask for new creations to be submitted from now on. Our theme for this week is gonna be “Street Photography- Light Painting.” From car trails to city light rotations to light figures in an urban environment, this theme is huge! We...Read More
One of my favorites photographers, Henri Cartier-Bresson, once said: “your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.” Although this idea probably was more accurate at the time of film cameras, when to actually shoot and develop 10000 photos would take you some considerable amount of time, the point is clear. It takes time and effort to become better in just about everything. There are similar theories about the time it takes to become an expert on something or mastering a skill etc. One of the common requirements all of these has – Commitment. Without committing to a goal, it is very...Read More
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