Light Painting with Cut Outs
In this light painting photography tutorial Light Painter Mel Tizzard, a.k.a. AusieSnapper shows how he uses cutouts to create dynamic light painting images in his studio. This is a easy technique that anyone can try! All you need is some card stock, black paint and then let your imagination run wild! Check it out below.
Settings to start at:
Exposure times vary 1-60 seconds.
Some of the exposures can be as short as a few seconds while others can be a minute or more. A good place to start is ISO100, F8, 15 second exposure. Check out more of Mel's work on his Facebook and Instagram pages.