Night Adventures

Posted by on Apr 30, 2013 in Blog, Night and Light | 1 comment

Once again I had fun with night photography!  Check out my latest night adventures. My first experience doing light trails.  I was so excited to see the North Star in this shot. Light painting, of course!   One of my favorite thing to do with a group is light tracing, everyone loves how this turns out and it is so much fun! Eric Curry style light painting.  He would take  several different photos painting with light the different sections and mask them...

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Light Painting

Posted by on Sep 26, 2012 in Blog, HDR, Night and Light | Comments Off

Julie Peterson Photography Over the weekend in the middle of September I had to opportunity to visit Island Park, Idaho and Yellowstone in Wyoming. I was able to practice light painting. My Professor Caryn Esplin was able to teach us various styles of light painting. I have posted these styles and explained to process in this post. It was an amazing experience. I was surrounded by so many of God’s beautiful creations. I am so grateful for my Professor and all she has taught me and my fellow classmates. Photography and Edits done by Julie Peterson ...

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4th Dimension

Posted by on Aug 7, 2012 in Blog, Night and Light, Places, Rexburg, ID | Comments Off

  This was such a fun experience.  My friend Kris and I went to take picture to relax after a very stressful semester.  It was 10p.m. and I had a spot light.  We tried our hand at light painting!  To be honest I barely used the spot light, the moon was full and so bright that it was the majority of the light in these photos.  Most of these photos were a 30 sec shutter speed.  The clouds were moving so fast that you can actually see the movements in the clouds.  

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Night & Light

Posted by on Jun 13, 2011 in Blog, Night and Light | 0 comments

Light Painting is so much fun! My favorite was the light sketching assignment. The first two pictures are for my grade, the other two were for fun, because I did not do the light sketching, clearly since I am in the pictures. How I achieved these first photos was, I left the shutter open 15-30 seconds (some vary but mostly 30 sec). I lowered my aperture and then set the self timer to 30 seconds. I then ran with a flash light and traced around Brandon real fast. And drew on the ground or the walls with the flash light as well. The only edits I did in all my photos was a levels adjustment layer...

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