Light Painting, Wiggett-Style

In case you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to come on one of the tours you may have read about in Darwin and my blogs, I’ve posted this clip from our Extreme Saskatchewan Tour below.  You can expect only the utmost in professional quality of instruction and 24/7 discussions of gear and craft. In this instance, Darwin demonstrates the art of light painting.  Notice the deft turns of his wrist as he carefully illuminates the subject; take heed of the fierce concentration on his face as he focuses on his art….

Good thing our participants were busy making photographs on their own while we play with video!!

As part of the Tour, we decided to post our participants’ favourite images of the trip.  Starting tomorrow, I’m going to display one participant’s set of images each day for the next seven days.  So, watch our cheesy video but more importantly, come back each day to enjoy the inspiring imagery from our participants on our Extremely Watery Saskatchewan Tour.  Participants — you’re survivors, all!!

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~ by Samantha on July 8, 2010.

5 Responses to “Light Painting, Wiggett-Style”

  1. […] by each participant each day for the next seven days.  To kick off the series, make sure you watch my demonstration of light painting in full rain gear — it’ll knock your rubber boots off! ©Darwin Wiggett – Canon EOS-1ds […]

  2. Laugh! Almost as funny as Darwin apparently tripping on stage at the U of C and sending slides everywhere! You might remember that Sam! ;o)

  3. Hilarious Video “Sam and Silent Darwin go to School”!

  4. […] In case you've ever wondered what it would be like to come on one of the tours you may have read about in Darwin and my blogs, I've posted this clip from our Extreme Saskatchewan Tour below.  You can expect only the utmost in professional quality of instruction and 24/7 discussions of gear and craft. In this instance, Darwin demonstrates the art of light painting.  Notice the deft turns of his wrist as he carefully illuminates the subject; take h … Read More […]

  5. Seeing a true professional at work is always… ummmm… enlightening.

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