Eat Eat Eat: Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting

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 Eat Eat Eat (4752)
Abandoned building with chicken and face graffiti, Halloran Springs, CA. lluminated by a ProtoMachines LED2 flashlight and a full moon. This is not a post-processing creation. No pixels were harmed during the creation of this photo. 😀

Ken Lee Photography
Nikon D610/14-24mm f/2.8, 168s f/8 ISO 200 Oct 2016

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Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting

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One-Eyed Truck: Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting

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Pearsonville Auto Salvage Yard, Mojave Desert, California. We had these amazing clouds most of the evening, creating fantastic shapes with or without long exposures.This is a real photo taken at night. Everything was illuminated by a big bright moon, an almost full moon, almost bright enough to read a book. And setting my tripod-mounted camera to a long exposure made the camera much more sensitive to light than our eyes on this already bright evening. This is why this photo seems brighter than what we might see at night. It is not due to post-processing. The moon, which reflects light from the sun, also makes the sky bluer, and when the photo is a long exposure photo, the sky will appear brighter, making the blue more apparent. I used a handheld LED flashlight to illuminate the automobile, and then used it with a homemade snoot to hit the front headlights to make them glow a bit more while the camera shutter was open for a long time. This is not a post-processing creation. No pixels were harmed during the creation of this photo. 😀

I am fascinated with how a single long exposure photo can show movements and the cumulative effects of light in a single image. Thank you for reading this and looking at the image. -Ken

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Photographed with Tim Little, Steve McIntyre, and Troy Paiva.

Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting

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Photo: North Arch Rising (long exposure star trails night photo, Joshua Tree National Park)

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I front-lit and back-lit the famous Arch Rock in Joshua Tree. Illuminated by a ProtoMachines LED2 flashlight and a full moon. 19.5 minute second exposure in total (“stacked”). The photo shows the movement of the stars over a long period of time, created by the movement of the earth. This is not a post-processing creation. No pixels were harmed during the creation of this photo. 😀

Iluminé Arch Rock desde el frente y la parte posterior. Iluminado por una linterna LED 2 ProtoMachines y una luna llena. 19.5 minutos de exposición en total (“stacked”). Esta foto muestra el movimiento de las estrellas durante un largo período de tiempo, y se crea por el movimiento de la tierra. No es una creación de post-procesamiento. No hay píxeles fueron perjudicados en la creación de esta foto. 😀

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Nikon D610, Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8 @ 14mm, 19.5m total, each/cada 30s f/4.5 ISO 1000 2016-03-24 22:45
Ken Lee Photography
Joshua Tree National Park, CA, USA/EE.UU.

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Photo: The Red Mobius (light painting long exposure night photo)

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Mobius Arch and the beautiful moon during a cold winter night. Getting creative with red lights! 😀
Mobius Arch y la luna bonita durante una fría noche de invierno.  Convirtiéndose creativa con las luces rojas. 😀
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Photo: Ken Lee Photography
Info: Nikon D610, AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED lens at 14mm, 2015-11-23 22:43. 115s f/8 ISO 400 4000K.
Alabama Hills, CA USA/EE UU
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Mobius Arch y la luna bonita durante una fría noche de invierno. Convirtiéndose creativa con las luces rojas. 😀
 
The Red Mobius (8964)
Photo: Ken Lee Photography
Alabama Hills, CA USA/EE UU

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Photo: Balanced Rock – The Fire Below (Long Exposure Photo with Milky Way and Light Painting, Joshua Tree National Park, CA)

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Fantastic balancing rock formation in the California desert. I light painted the rocks to make it appear as if there were a campfire below. All color light work was done during the exposure, and is not a Photoshop creation.

Title: Balanced Rock – The Fire Below (4911)
Photo: Ken Lee Photography
Info: Nikon D610, AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED lens at 14mm, 20 seconds, f/2.8, ISO 4000. 2014-08-30 23:18. Light painted with Protomachine LED2.
Location: Joshua Tree National Park, CA USA
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Formación de roca de equilibrio fantástico en el desierto de California. Pintura de luz las rocas para que parezca como si no hubiera una fogata debajo.

Título: Balanced Rock – The Fire Below (4911)
Foto: Ken Lee Fotografía
Info: Nikon D610, AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED lente a 14 mm, 20 segundos, f/2.8, ISO 4000. 2014-08-30 23:04. PIntura de luz con Protomachine LED2.
Lugar: Joshua Tree National Park, CA, EE.UU.

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Equipment:  Nikon D610, Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8 lens, Feisol tripod.

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Selected for Daily Dozen Photos – National Geographic!!!! Please vote!!!

Please help me out! I made the Daily Dozen for National Geographic, a great honor. If I win the vote, the editors may consider my photo for possible publication in a future issue of National Geographic Magazine!!!!! Please vote as soon as possible, as there is a quick deadline! Thanks!

Link: http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/daily-dozen/2015-07-13/

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The Forever Tree by Ken Lee Photography / Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, California USA.

Photography Workshop: Star Trails and Light Painting, Borrego Springs, CA

What’s up, peeps! We have a handful of available slots that opened up for a 2-Day Star Trails and Light Painting Photography Workshop that I am giving in Borrego Springs, California July 5-6 2014. We’ll still keep the group a small one, with less than ten people, so I doubt they will remain open for long. You hafta sign up for meetup.com, which takes two seconds. Sound good?  You’ll learn a lot in a fun, creative environment.

More details here!
http://www.meetup.com/Night-photography-lovers/events/176804782/?_af_eid=176804782&a=uc1_te&_af=event

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Ken Lee is a noted night sky photographer who has won the Los Angeles Times Editor’s Choice for Summer Photos 2013 and previous years, had a photo chosen by National Geographic editors for the Daily Dozen in the Nat Geo website, won a contest from Lonely Planet Guidebooks, one of a hundred photos chosen from over 130,000 photo submissions, had several photos chosen as Editor’s Pick Of The Week and 2014 Photography Contest Finalist by Smithsonian, and more. He has donated some of his travel photos to charitable causes and fundraising.