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Barn in Tetons

Barn in Tetons

Back in 2003 I took a DLSW workshop with photographers Moose Peterson and Vincent Versace and Dave Black. This workshop was taken in Jackson, Wyoming  and our shooting was done in the nearby Teton Mountains. One evening we were given an opportunity to experience light painting, something new to me at the time.  They took us out to this barn located on Antelope Road just outside of Jackson. I would venture to say most photographers will have a photo of this barn somewhere in their portfolio. Anyway, the image was made after sunset with our cameras mounted on a tripod and an exposure from 20-30 seconds. We all would press our shutters on the count of three then Moose would run around in front of us shinning these lights on the barn creating our exposures. If you are interested in some very good images using this technique please visit Dave Blacks site.

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Written by Monte Stevens

March 27, 2009 at 12:01 am

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  1. I am off to check out the site. This is an absolutely gorgeous picture. Stunning, thanks for sharing this!

    QPB

    March 27, 2009 at 5:37 am


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