Trying new things with lighting, particularly when it comes to painting with light, is an endless source of enjoyment for me.
I've done flashlight and multiple flash exposure of many things in the past but recently I got to make the leap to painting with laser light. I couldn't find my ancient green laser pointer so I went out and bought a new red one for this. As is the way with things I quickly found the green one after returning home from the store.
Having both wound up being a good thing. The red laser creates an eerie red glow in most cases while the green laser is much brighter overall. I left the red laser images in color but felt the results from the green laser lent themselves to B&W images (such as the ones above). Down the road I can use subject color to vary the brightness of the reflected laser light, which gives me more options.
I am trying to get a blue laser to add to my collection so I can take this even further.
Thanks to my friend Rundio for playing along with this experiment.