Location: Pine Mountain, CA
It's good to try new things, so I brought a step-ladder with me on my most recent night mission during the last full moon.
The few extra steps gave me enough height to animate my red light-skeleton running up the walls ala Gene Kelly from 'Singing In The Rain'.
For these type of time and energy dependent projects it helps to have a well defined process and stick to it through the length of the shoot, otherwise the animation will never get done. You've got to find your groove.
Mine was roughly 3 seconds of blue light exposure from the 'LED-Pod', and then drawing out the skeleton while the full moon illuminated the background, each long exposure frame was about 150 seconds.
Here's a kinetic blend of the different drawings together:
Here's a quick GoPro time-lapse of the process:
The next image was a special one for my Mother, it was Mother's Day after all.
Here's a 'Mama Bear and Cubs' walking along a fallen tree under the full moon.
Thanks for reading and stay bright light fam!