Posted in 35MM CAMERAS, SLR by Nicole Gelinas on March 19, 2012

Here are some more examples of the painting with light project I did with my Asahi Pentax k1000 35mm film camera. If you want more details about how to make your own painting with light photos please see my previous post. I chose to post these together because they were my fiery red, orange, and yellow photos! Using slide film really is great if you want your images to have intense colors, although that being said, there is a smaller latitude for error in exposure times when using slide film. You might want to bracket your exposures, or play around with your shutter speeds, especially for this project!


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  1. You are so talented, and I love the variety of cameras you use.

    • P.S. Please stop by when you have a moment. If you are a match for our group/online gallery, we would very much welcome your work!

    • Nicole Gelinas said, on March 21, 2012 at 11:44 am

      Thank you so much! I am very glad you like it! Feel free to follow the blog so you can get more updates!! I would love to submit some work to your blog, although I do not have a mental disability, so I don’t think I qualify. You have some really cool work on your blog as well! Keep up the great work!

  2. Jim said, on March 19, 2012 at 6:18 pm

    In the second photo, the light reminds me of silly string. It has dimension and weight!

    • Nicole Gelinas said, on March 21, 2012 at 11:46 am

      You are totally right! I did not see it until you mentioned it. I always thought it looked like a tornado out of a psychedelic version of Wizard of Oz or something!

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