TigTagâ€™s light painting is done in one continuous long-exposure shot. Although the images look like they were photo-manipulated, in reality no Photoshop was used. All of her stencils are hand cut and placed on a custom built light box.
Motion graphics studio Lichtfaktor has spent four cold nights working on a lighting painting video entitled, “dENiZEN – Shine a Light for Nature.” They used the stop-motion technique to make animals come to life in the city streets of Cologne. The film has already won two German web video awards.
This postâ€™s title is self-explanatory for the first imageâ€”it is part of a photo series entitled “Trace Heavens” by James Nizam. The majority of his works “were created in a darkened studio space where small mirrors were fastened to ball joints for easy pivoting, perfect for manipulating the light streaming through holes in the walls.” […]
UK artist Sola has taken graffiti to a new level by fusing light painting to it. His work is not permanent like traditional tagging on walls, so it may have a better acceptance among local communities.
Combining both photography and make-up art, Nadia Wicker has launched a beautiful self-portrait series entitled “Ursides.”
The fascinating light and shadow art of Rashad Alakbarov. See also: “Shadows come to Life,” “Amazing Shadow Art” and “Shadow Play.”
When viewing Brian Matthew Hart’s photos, it is clear that the technique of “light painting” is evolving.
Company Light Light is selling two electromagnetic lamps entitled “Silhouette” and “Eclipse,” both were designed by Angela Jansen and developed by Ger Jansen. Each futuristic light object costs 980 Euros (approx. $1,300 USD).
“Urban Zoom” is a photographic series by Jakob Wagner.
Although Rune Guneriussen‘s art is composed outdoors using lamps, world globes and others objects, it can only be seen through the photographs taken and displayed in his exhibitions.