Over the years I have captured short pieces of video while out light painting. Here a few from behind the scenes, along with some of our workshop promotional videos.
Designing and creating light painting tools is such an interesting component of our art. Go behind the scenes to watch my unique glass light painting tools being hand made.
Along with single night workshops in urban areas we can organise fully comprehensive tours away to stunning locations like the Flinders Ranges. Our tours give you the full experience of seeking out locations, planning and capturing incredible imagery whilst out in the wild landscape.
We create workshop experiences of all types. Here is an example of one of our larger events, fully catered and held in a beautifully restored building here in South Australia.
This is a quick video to show how a light painting images are formed. Although most images you see of mine are a single exposure, here I have used stacking to simulate the process. This is the beautiful Seppeltsfield mausoleum in the Barossa Valley.
When I am away scouting locations and getting ready for the night to come I sometimes have a play with some video. This is one of my favourite ruins in the Flinders Ranges.
The state that mining companies leave the land once they have finished is often disgusting. I found this mine at Waukaringa in the Australian outback. It made me feel sick.
This is what a long day in the Brachina Gorge looks like waiting for the sun to disappear. This was so much fun to make, and I was on my own which makes the amount of camera shots and angles quite humorous.