Come join us on October 19, 2017 for a free, fun light painting workshop!
Uxbridge Alternatives Community Gallery
5 South Main Street
6-9pm (it’s fine to show up late if you need to)
What is light painting? Simply put, you put your camera on a tripod and then leave the shutter open for a period of time. You dance around in front of it with a light source. This can be a flashlight, a sparkler, a laser pointer, or something more artistic like a Pixel Stick.
The Pixel Stick can be preloaded with ribbon designs and even shapes and logos. If you have a particular image you’d like to have on the Pixel Stick, contact us before the event and we’ll see if we can do that.
What you’ll need to bring is any camera which has a “T” Time option. The camera needs to be able to have its shutter open for a period of time. Most smartphones won’t do this – they just take a snapshot and are done. So if you don’t have a camera with a T option, ask friends and family to see if you can borrow one.
Please be sure to use our online registration form to reserve your space!
Here’s a few more light painting images.
In this one, the lights were stationary on trees and it was the camera which was moved. This is an alternate style of light painting.