Jonathan and I recently had the pleasure of attending a workshop being given by one of our friends (we just saw him in New York for the Society of XXV meeting we attended just a bit ago). He came to Kansas City to teach a workshop on light painting and we, of course, snatched up a couple of seats! If you’ve been browsing the blog at all, you’ve probably noticed that I blog about our light painting projects quite a bit. This one is no exception! For our subjects, we had a hanger full of Lear Jets to choose from…not a bad collection of models to have!
By the end of the workshop, we had several new projects to show off and a new appreciation of what it means to be “spring” in Kansas City after dark. Can I just say, even though sandals in the afternoon when it’s 80 is a great idea, at night with the wind howling and it’s NOT 80, those sandals may not have been the best idea. Regardless, we had a great time with these lovely Lear Jets and Citation and assembling the images for these fabulous final versions.
Viva la Tequila!! Are you still reading? Yes, that image has absolutely nothing to do with planes but it was our first project of the workshop to accomplish before we were unleashed on airplanes.
Do you have something that is perfect for a light paint project? Anything can work as long as it can hold still (and those things that move, like people and animals, can be added in with a different method of lighting). So things like vehicles, airplanes, houses and things small and tiny can all work great for light painting. First, check out the gallery we have here on the website and be sure to watch the videos at the bottom of the page and then email us or call: 913-636-5478!