Many of my night images are created with a technique often called light painting, in which light sources in near-dark conditions are projected onto or "painted" in selective areas during the camera exposure. Effects are achieved during the exposure. No post-production computer manipulation occurs.
Exposures can range from 20 seconds and upwards to the entire evening (6 or more hours) to achieve.
Recently my work has been evolving in the woods of New England, and within little known niches of the urban world.