Technicolor Corner Seat: Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting

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 Technicolor Corner Seat (5123)
Night photo of an abandoned mining house in the Mojave Desert. Illuminated by a handheld flashlight and a full moon during an evening long exposure. This is not a post-processing creation. No pixels were harmed during the creation of this photo. :DThis is a real photo taken at night. This evening, 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 illuminated the interior with a handheld ProtoMachines LED2 flashlight. 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, and fascinated with the stories and history that these locations hold. Thank you for reading this and looking at the image. -Ken

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Nikon D610/14-24mm f/2.8, 136s f/8 ISO 200 2016-11-11 23:29

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Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting

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Lil Mama: Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting

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 Lil Mama (5107)
Night photo, walls with graffiti, abandoned mining area, Antelope Valley, Mojave Desert. Illuminated by a handheld flashlight and a full moon during an evening long exposure. This is not a post-processing creation. No pixels were harmed during the creation of this photo. 😀

This is a real photo taken at night. This evening, 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 also illuminated the walls with a handheld ProtoMachines LED2 flashlight while the camera shutter was open. 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, and fascinated with the stories and history that these locations hold. Thank you for reading this and looking at the image. -Ken

Ken Lee Photography
Nikon D610/14-24mm f/2.8, 138s f/8 ISO 200 2016-11-11 23:11

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Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting

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Eat (Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting)

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Eat (4745)
Night photo of an abandoned roadside diner with chicken and face graffiti, Halloran Springs, CA. Illuminated by a handheld flashlight and a full moon during an evening long exposure. This is not a post-processing creation. No pixels were harmed during the creation of this photo. 😀

This is a real photo taken at night. This evening, 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 also illuminated the the building’s interior and exterior with a handheld ProtoMachines LED2 flashlight while the camera shutter was open. This is not a post-processing creation. No pixels were harmed during the creation of this photo. 😀

The streaks in the sky are stars, showing the movement across the sky while the camera shutter was open and capturing the photo. The movement of the stars are created by the rotation of the earth, and the long exposure photo shows these movements over time. I am fascinated with how a single long exposure photo can show movements and the cumulative effects of light in a single image, and fascinated with the stories and history that these locations hold. Thank you for reading this and looking at the image. -Ken

Ken Lee Photography
Nikon D610/14-24mm f/2.8, 162 seconds f/8 ISO 200 Oct 2016

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El Pecho – Long Exposure Night Photo with Light Painting

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 El Pecho (4202)

It’s interesting to hear what people feel the rocks look like. What do you see? 2016-07-18 30s f/8 ISO 1600 with a Nikon D610/14-24mm f/2.8 lens. 2016-07-18

This is a real photo taken at night. This evening, 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 illuminated the rocky cliffs with a hand-held flashlight to bring out more depth. 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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Night Time By the Mayan Walls of the Mojave (long exposure night photo with light painting)

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Night Time By the Mayan Walls of the Mojave (4137) Abandoned movie lot, Mojave Desert. Everything here was very consistently Roman or Greek.

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Abandoned movie lot, Mojave Desert. Everything here was very consistently Roman or Greek.

Night Time By the Mayan Walls of the Mojave (4137)

Abandoned movie lot, Mojave Desert. Everything here was very consistently Roman or Greek.

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Photo: The Amazing Cosmic Castle Star Trails

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The Amazing Cosmic Castle Star Trails (4258)
This is a house built on an enormous set of boulders deep, deep within the Mojave Desert.  I illuminated the boulder and house while the camera shutter was open with a hand-held Protomachines LED2 flashlight. Nikon D610/14-24mm f/2.8. 87 minute total exposure overall.
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Photo: Salvation Mountain (night photos, Mojave Desert, near Salton Sea)

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Leonard Knight spent three decades joyously painting religious messages on a tall mound of adobe he called Salvation Mountain. Knight built his mountain using adobe mixed with straw to keep strengthening the mountain. Mr. Knight believes that he has put more than 100,000 gallons of paint on his mountain to combat erosion of wind and rain.  Leonard Knight passed away in 2014.
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Leonard Knight pasó tres décadas alegremente pintando mensajes religiosos en un montículo de altura de adobe que llamó Salvation Mountain (Montaña de la Salvación). Knight construyó su montaña con adobe mezclado con paja para mantener fortalecer la montaña. El Sr. Knight estima que él ha puesto más de 100000 galones de pintura en su montaña para combatir la erosión del viento y la lluvia. Leonard Knight falleció en 2014.
Taken at night. Subject illuminated while the shutter of the camera was open during this long exposure night photo. This is not a post-processing creation.

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