The Ice Light
I photograph this scene often. A beautiful setting and being right outside our office, it’s very convenient. This time I used it to test a new tool for light-painting, The Ice Light The hand held wand was developed primarily for portrait photography, but it seems perfect for ‘painting’. This thing is about 20″ long, a couple of inches in diameter, and weights a little over a pound. Daylight temperature balance and produces 150 watts worth of light. That’s plenty of output for painting most landscapes and the internal battery will last an hour at full power. The only downside that I found was it’s cost … $500. Still, it packs a lot of light into a very small package. It worked flawlessly for this image. Below is the scene without painting.