Adding a Little Funk with Grow Lights

March 15, 2022

I have a grow light that automatically turns on for me each morning. The light alternates from blue to red, which casts a neon purple glow on everything I shoot (unless I use a flash) which make for some interesting effects.

I’ve ventured into the tiny world of macro photography, and have gotten a little carried away with it. I have grass, moss, weeds and a Venus flytrap on my desk that I observe and tend to daily. The moss has been the most interesting thing to watch, but not as interesting as the creatures I see coming out in the morning.

If you look closely enough, you might be able to see the reflections of the lights.

Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights
Adding A Little Funk With Grow Lights

Sometimes I can get carried away with over-editing my photos, but for these and most of my other photos I try to limit my manipulations of my photos to cropping and level adjustment. It’s thrilling to work to achieve an effect on a capture with little or no post-processing.

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