While in Las Vegas for work this past week, I took advantage of an opportunity to head out to the desert one night for a little light painting with a few friends. It turned out to be a pretty spectacular trip. We had a completely full moon to provide a good amount of ambient light for us. This allowed us to keep our shutter times relatively quick. I think the longest we were shooting were no more than 3-4 minutes. I must say that I'm really pleased with how these turned out. I love all the texture of the rocks, it really adds a lot of interest to the images, and makes for a great backdrop for the paint.
These images were created using the Canon 1D Mk IV and the Canon 14mm f/2.8L lens.