How I used my drone and a Lumecube light to light up landscapes
Before starting, Lightpainting is divided into two parts: One can apply the principles of creation which are the lightdrawing (drawing of light in an image) and the light-painting (will to “paint” a surface with light).
Among the plastic photographers using this technique are Jean Daviot, Michel Semeniako, Jacques Pugin, etc.
You knew light painting handmade by waving a light in front of a camera in long exposure. Only this time, it is the lights attached to the drone that can reclaim amazing landscapes. But look in my selection below.
You can take your passion, profession and overall production quality to the next level, day or night.You can now use your drone as a spotlight in the light of the scene and never lose sight of it as you fly away in the night.
Even in the worst low-light conditions, you will grab premium content. It’s time to really own the sky, day and night, with the most powerful drone lights on the market!
This was in Lavender Field of Valensole, in South of France this summer. As well I respected the field, the nature and all the places I visited.
The phoo in HD : https://imgur.com/gallery/SVa9aoa
The before and After : https://imgur.com/gallery/ga3Mquw
I used my Nikon D750 + Laowa 12mm2.8 at f2.8 iso800 30sec 12mm. Hanging a LUMECUBE Light on my Dji Mavic Air Drone.. taking a picture with my camera during making a circle with the drone..
In the Lavender Fields of Valensole in South of FRANCE (Provence)