Light Painting by Brian Matthew Hart

Minneapolis-based photographer Brian Matthew Hart creates these mind-blowing light paintings using photographic techniques.

Light painting, also known as light drawing or light graffiti is a photographic technique in which exposures are made by moving a hand-held light source or by moving the camera.
Source: wikipedia

Hart sets up living scenarios for which he applies the photographic technique.

Each these light drawings can take 6 to 17 minutes and some of the paintings consist of hundreds of individual photographic exposures.

Brian explains how he captured this painting:
“open the shutter in a dark room—no lights on—then for this one, 3 of us sat in a circle and tossed these small blue led frisbees around for a few minutes. After that we used these tiny pin leds to trace ourselves. after we're done drawing, we close the shutter.”

Images taken from here and here


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