by YouTheDesigner . June 22nd, 2011
Ever wondered how photos of light graffiti are taken? They may seem to be products of digital editing but they are actually the result of photographic skill and synchronicity. Light painting is a photography approach where the subject involves movement of light to create stunning strokes of vivid light. To achieve this effect, certain factors should be measured, from long exposure settings of the camera to the use of tripod and the smooth choreographed movement of light. In this field of photography, light is not considered a mere element to take great pictures but the subject itself. Indeed, it’s an artistic tool where photographers can explore their creativity.
Let’s look into the world of light painting and see magnificent works that showcase mad skills from light photographers. They’re so amazing you’ll think they’re photoshopped. Here they are:
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