Light Painting Brushes: The worlds first light painting system designed by Artist Jason D. Page
Light Painting Brushes is the worlds first light painting system designed by Artist Jason D. Page.
The Light Painting Brush system works by allowing photographers to universally connect literally millions of light emitting devices to a limitless array of light modifying devices. The Light Painting Brush System allows brushes and/or lights to be interchanged quickly and easily during a single exposure making the use of many different colors, shapes and textures of light simple.
The Light Painting Brush System is built on one simple yet genius piece of hardware, The Universal Connector.
The Universal Connector is the key that unlocks the Light Painting Brush System. You must have at least one, but we recommend a few, Universal Connectors to use any of our light painting brushes! The Universal Connector makes limitless light painting brushes easy, affordable, and interchangeable!
Using the Light Painting Brush Universal Connector you can attach any light emitting device, flashlight, or torch that is relatively round and has a diameter of .975" to 1.5" to a variety of our light painting brushes to create absolutely stunning images. The diameter range may not sound like much, but our guestimation is that this is at least 60 % of the flashlights and torches in existent. Saying there are about 1 billion lights out there thats around 600 million or a S!@# ton of lights.
The cone shaped end of the Universal Connector accepts the flashlight or other light emitting device while the opposite end accepts a light painting brush. The system works best with lights that have a on/off button on the back end of the light that way you have the ability to turn the light on and off easily or even strobe the light an intervals if your feeling wild.
How to make your own Light Painting Brushes:
Innovation is a huge part of our light painting community and we encourage it! The Light Painting Brush Universal Connector was designed to not only fit our custom made light painting tools but it also fits any standard plastic water or soda bottle. If you are an innovator or just a crafty creator you can create your own light painting brushes out of empty plastic bottles. Don't throw them away and ruin the planet even more than we already have, take trash and turn it into incredible works of art.
Thanks a lot for sharing Jason.
More info: lightpaintingbrushes.com/pages/how-it-works