Light Graffiti

Here are a few examples of some of my photography, specifically a technique called light graffiti or light painting. By leaving the shutter open on your camera and using a mobile light source in a dark space, you can pretty much transform any area into your own canvas with which you can interact.

Spinning Out of Control

All you need is a camera, a stable place to put it, and a light. Any flashlight or even a cell phone will work, but LED lights create very vivid effects. Strobe lights and glowsticks are also fun to use. Let your imagination go wild!

On Fire

Created using an LED light and my fisheye lens.


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About Ashley Klann

Clark masters student. Local reporter. Photographer. View all posts by Ashley Klann

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