Anyone who has ever experimented with shutter speed knows that long exposures can yield some pretty interesting results. Whether it’s light painting at night or capturing the motion blur of a running river, long exposures can truly transform an image. A physiogram is a slightly different take on long exposure projects like light painting. It’s a technique that can easily be done in your living room, with no assistant required. Although the resulting images may look complex, the process to create a physiogram is actually very simple.
I had a great idea for the red part, how about using a rear bicycle lamp like this:
I had much fun and many attempts at creating these wonderful red spyrographic photographs. Below is the set up in my small windowless room.
And this is my favourite of all the images I took
Making Physiograms by Nicky Rhodes A free downloadable PDF guide which helped me a great deal when starting this project