This Firebird looks pretty flat sitting in the client's driveway before we started some precision lighting.
Look at the difference! Not just in the car, but also the porch of the house, the landscaping and the interiors. It's the exact same camera angle. The lighting makes all the difference in the world!
This is the setup for a tennis picture that was created for the team that won the ball shaped trophy.
By carefully "painting" the scene with a small LED flashlight across a number of exposures, and then combining the images in photoshop, we created this image. Metal prints were then made as a team gift.
This vehicle once carried a heiress around California! The current owner requested something special. This is the before image.
By using a variety of flashlights and capturing over 100 images, every detail of this scene is lit to bring out the most detail. The client purchased a large metal wall print for display.
This vehicle looks pretty good in this "before" photo. The client, who is a member of the Lake Naomi Club wanted to use the Lake Naomi Beach as a setting.
A light painting of the exact same scene creates a far mare dramatic rendition of our client's truck! This version was made into a 24"x36" print and hangs in the entrance of the client's business. It is a real eye catcher!
The current owner of this vehicle purchased it and had it transported to the Poconos from California. We chose to photograph it in his company's garage.
The light painting technique highlights the important features of the scene and creates a look that is impossible by any other method. This image hangs in the entranceway of the client's business.
Classic vehicles that are cherished by their owners lend themselves to the light painting technique. This restored motorcycle looks rather dull using available light.
The lines and details of this classic bike emerge by precisely lighting it with flashlights.