Light graffiti (also called light writing, light painting, and light art) is simply long exposure photography using lights to create effects into the photo that are not actually there in real life. Unlike traditional graffiti, light graffiti does not involve vandalism. To the outside observer it looks like we are just waving lights around with a camera nearby.
Here are is some of our work. None of these photos were Photoshop’d. These effects were created by carefully controlling the exposure time, aperture, and light in the photos.
The tools we used:
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This guide includes:
- Getting Started / The Necessities
- Getting Started / The Settings
- The Optional Additions
- Tips & Tricks
- Where to Find Inspiration
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