The Stone Mill at night is an incredible thing to photograph. Between the random sources of light inside and the light coming in from the outside, all sorts of photo opportunities exist. Aside from the main entrance of the mill, the third floor landing where I took this shot is probably the brightest area in the whole mill at night, and was the only place you don’t need flashlights to navigate.
If any of this sounds kinda interesting, please check out our upcoming Light Painting Workshop in October from Historic Mills Photo Workshops. We’ll be spending a few hours in the Stone Mill exploring its dark corners, and using various lighting techniques to get really interesting shots of the mill. Sorry for the plug, but we’re very excited about this event and wanted to share it. 🙂