A2 Photography students joined an evening workshop to learn the process of light painting. This is the use of slow exposure shots, using the camera on a tripod and LED lights to create pictures. It’s a bit like when you were younger and at a fireworks night and used a sparkler to make shapes in the air. The idea was inspired by the work of professional light painter and photographer Michael Bosanko.
The night consisted of teaching the art of light painting to the students and watching them then go off an create works of light art around the college, an example of which is featured.