• Cloaked in Red and Blue Light, St. Peter's Basilica Morphs into a Cyberpunk Dreamscape

    9 days ago - By Colossal

    All images © Aishy, shared with permission
    In the aptly named Red Lights: Vatican series, Angers, France-based photographer Aishy transforms St. Peter's Basilica into a strange, illuminated space that more closely resembles a sci-fi universe than stately church. The altered perspective, which Aishy achieved with Adobe Lightroom, casts red and blue hues on the iconic Renaissance architecture to unveil an alternative environment that hovers between past and future: inscriptions mimic a digital display, ornate flourishes appear backlit, and an artificial glow in vibrant, saturated tones...
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  • How This Photographer Creates His Light Painted Halo Long Exposures

    How This Photographer Creates His Light Painted Halo Long Exposures

    9 days ago - By Peta Pixel

    Photographer and filmmaker Will Ferguson has shared how he took his passion for long exposure light painting to the next level with the help of a drone and a small LED light.
    Ferguson, based in the United Kingdom, has held an interest in long exposure photography from a young age. He first started with more traditional shots of cars driving along a motorway at night and has since progressed to technically more advanced photos.
    His latest experiments involve light painting a halo into images using his drone and a safely attached small but bright LED light. It has allowed him to combine his...
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  • How Do Pro Photographers Light Their Photographs?

    How Do Pro Photographers Light Their Photographs?

    9 days ago - By Peta Pixel

    How does renowned portrait photographer Albert Watson light his photos? With a foolproof three-light setup that makes his photos look amazing, of course! Except... he doesn't. In fact, setups are very far from what professional photographers do when they light their work. Here is what mindset photographers have when they light.
    We all start in the same place: a YouTube video showing some amazing setups with just 1 light. When we watch a video showing a 4-light setup, we're already feeling pro. And yes, for some photographers being able to do a four-light setup - a nice rim, fill, hair, and...
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