Before you read any further, please note that this post is a repost from DIY Photography. I am NOT the author of this post – I am simply sharing valuable information that I personally have found useful and would like to share it with my fellow photographers and in doing so, hopefully boost the exposure of this article.

I love this kind of create photography. I hope you will all find this article as interesting as I did.

Light painting is a fascinating technique that’s evolved over the last few years from the humble flashlight into an elaborate array of tools, gadgets, gizmos, and even apps, with ever more wild and creative results being produced on a daily basis.

In this video, Jason D. Page shows us how to use the new Plexiglass feather attachment from Light Painting Brushes in order to create wings during a long exposure.

While the image made in the video is relatively simple compared to some of the examples on the Light Painting Brushes website, it does a great job of showing how the technique works and how effective it can be with a little patience and practise.

The Plexiglass attachments certainly offer an interesting twist on light painting, and while you can certainly haveyour own designs cut out by any number of online services, the folks at Light Painting Brushes have already created a few to get you started, which the new feather attachment now joins.

To help make things a little easier, Light Painting Brushes have also provided us with a discount code especially for the readers of DIYP, knocking 15% off everything bought in their online store for the next week.

Just use the code DIYP_15 during checkout, and you’re good to go!