Plane catcher

This image is a single shot of one the larger sculptures this year known as 'Signed' by Jonathon Leahey. The lighting in this one is pretty simple, lots of blue EL wire on the ground and flowing out from the pole, this effect is pretty easy to achieve by holding one end of the EL wire to the pole and shaking it slightly then letting it go and dragging it across the ground towards the camera, or radially away from the pole.

The red colour at the base and also on the top is by shining a red torch. The great thing about these kind of shots is that they are super easy to edit, very little required and all the hard work is done during the capture of the scene.

Exif / shot love:
D750 coupled with Samyang 14mm f2.8 @ 14mm
Shutter speed: 452.0s
Aperture: f/5.6
ISO 100
out front – sculptures by the sea art with a bit of EL wire and coloured torch

Spill

I dunno who made this sculpture, but rest assured it would have taken them a long time 🙂 pretty spherical too, not bad for a bunch of bamboo bits and some tie-wire.

Its that time of the year again and the sculptures by the sea are back, however this year the sea has kinda protested and swallowed a few up. The 5 metre swell that was about was certainly a sight to see and hear.

Single image with a red torch and some crusty old blue EL wire.

Exif / shot love:
D750 coupled with Samyang 14mm f2.8 @ 14mm
Shutter speed: 336.2s
Aperture: f/5.6
ISO 200
out front – sculptures by the sea art with a bit of EL wire and coloured torch