Rainbow Row

 Posted by on April 22, 2019
Apr 222019
 

On the edge of Charleston there are a bunch of historic houses in a line that have been painted different pastel colors, and because of this it is called “Rainbow Row”. The area is one of the most photographed spots in all of Charleston… but never quite like this.

This image is a form of Light Painting, all done in camera, using a tool called the Pixelstick by Bitbanger Labs… I created a simple BMP file of lines of color and loaded it into the PixelStick. Then I set my exposure for 30 seconds and walked thorough the scene with the device, creating a Rainbow sidewalk on Rainbow Row.

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