Tag Archives: Night Photography

Color Temperature in film

Reid Hall Conoco Cheever

For only of our latest projects we were required to shoot a series of 3 photographs that showed 2 different color temperatures in each image using film. I shot the above photographs on Ektar 100 speed film, using a Hasselblad 500c and a 50mm lens.


Light Painting Late Nights

Tonight my future roomates and I went out again past Bridger Bowl Ski Mountain in order to try and have some fun with light painting. As we started the drive it began to rain. Ok we are thinking, this isn’t bad once we get up to higher elevation it will turn to snow. Nope, not only did it not turn to snow it got even worse. It began to pour and we thought we were going to be in big trouble. However, as we pulled over in a place we thought it would be fun to light paint it started to subside. So we quickly got our gear unloaded and ready to shoot. We found this old loader in a construction site we were at. We had a lot of fun paining it. However because we shot on bulb mode and didn’t want to overexpose the loader we had to go at separate times with our headlamps and flashlights. I love seeing how all our pictures turned out. We all shot from similar angles but came up with completely different ideas and images. Anyway, this was my attempt!