It was a dark and stormy night when my daughters, son-in-law and myself drove up to the Crowdy Head Light House, Mid North Coast, NSW to watch the lightshow being put on by nature in isolated summer storms. With the help of a few ales we found a flashlight and some coloured cellophane paper and proceeded to “paint with light”, the normally pristine white lighthouse. The exposures were about 20 seconds each as we had turns of “painting graffiti” on the lighthouse with the torch. It was fun!
Crowdy Head, NSW, Australia
Camera Model Canon EOS 7D Shooting Mode Bulb Tv( Shutter Speed ) 24 (Seconds) Av( Aperture Value ) 5.6 Metering Mode Spot Metering ISO Speed 400 Lens EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM Focal Length 24.0 mm Flash Off White Balance Mode Auto AF Mode Manual focusing AF area select mode Manual selection Picture Style Standard Tripod