Best tips for light painting can be found here:http://improvephotography.com/380/light-painting-night-photography-tips/
vgabor: A nice one!
Thanks! The strawberry tasted good too.
Colors were inspired by Ina's 1969 film.
For this shot, a polarizer was used to cut down on the glare from the early morning sun. The sky became a much deeper blue and I could see more detail in the temple. The human subject at the top of the stairs shows scale.
My favorite of the bunch. I like how the shoppers contrast well with the subject.
These are some of the tools I would use to install or fix a leaky water pipe. The fumes are hazardous to your health and the propane tank can explode if not handled properly. Be safe and always read the label.
The correct answer is boiling water or hot water. I tried to frame it using the illuminated kettle's reservoir window. You get a point if you said kettle, pitcher, or jug, another point if you mention water, and half a point if you thought it was an alien's kidney ;)
Thanks for your votes!! Wishing you all a happy holiday this season :)
flame work on a glass
macrame tossed up in the air?
Hepa air filter?
speed bump warning sign?
pine cone lit on fire?
handles from a cup or mug?
video tripod standing up and a camera tripod on the ground?