From the same mill as yesterday’s post. The chair, likely from the 1940’s or 50’s, had been reupholstered with newspapers.
As with all light-painting, I end up with dozens of lit elements and more than a few ways to put them together. While I do pre-visualize, compositing does take on a life of it’s own and over lighting the image is always a risk. Here I thought the chair should remain the star and kept things simple. Actually the raw, daylight shot looked nice and I may revisit it in the future.