|Image 01. Exposure: Aperture F16|Shutter Speed 74.5s|ISO 100|
|Image 02. Exposure: Aperture F9|Shutter Speed 30s|ISO 100|
Thought process: There are times when I want to be playful with light so the image comes out interesting and dramatic, there are also times I want added light to look real.
When I want the subject to look real, I usually fill neutral/warm white colour(high colour rendering index(CRI)) light to the subject, especially to bring out shadow detail. If I want them to look surreal, I will blend different colour of light into the scene.
This time I want to add different colour of light while making them look real and believable as if no light has been added. I'm still experimenting and hope to improve over time. Two important keys here, one is looking at the ambient light around so that you can plan on how to blend your light into the scene, second is examine the surface and its colour you plan to paint the light on. For me I want to create the image that brings the feel of rustiness here.
Image 01. 75 seconds exposure, just enough time to paint the light, I painted two portions in the image, one on the camera right, I filled the shadow with red colour light, it plays well with the background because you can see few stripes of red colour light at the back wall which illuminated by the existing light. The second portion is actually done inside the car, where I actually ran into and illuminated the wind-shield with green colour light, why green light, apparently the wind-shield has growing moss and I want them to be seen.
Image 02. Only one green colour light is added at the open door of the second truck which is just beside the main truck, I hid behind the main truck and illuminated the open door, I tried to narrow the light as much as possible to bring out the detail even though it looked subtle.
Post processing wise, no image stacking here, just tried out couple of times to get the result, and slight contrast adjustment in lightroom.
More experiment to come, stay tuned.