Light Drawing

Light Drawing is a clever and contemporary approach to a classical style of art, light animation can tell a story of a person, a company or any message you want your audience to remember. The ebb and flow of the images captivates those watching, waiting to see the next landscape or image materialise. Combined with dramatic music, this is the new era in story telling!

Light Drawing is a breath-taking technique utilizing painting with a light source on a luminescent surface. A painting or a portrait created using this technique gradually darkens, until it disappears completely in the end. An ideal place for utilizing such a show are soirees and/or parties of all kinds. The technique can be used in two variants, i.e. a performance and a workshop.
Ideal for celebrations, conferences, soirees, and parties of all types.

Light painting, painting with light, light drawing, or light art performance photography are terms that describe photographic techniques of moving a light source while taking a long exposure photograph, either to illuminate a subject or space, or to shine light at the camera to ‘draw’, or by moving the camera itself during exposure of light sources. Practiced since the 1880s, the technique is used for both scientific and artistic purposes, as well as in commercial photography.

Light painting using handheld lights to selectively illuminate or colour parts of the subject or scene or to evenly light large architectural interiors has been used in professional photography since the 1930s as described by Leslie Walker[25] and Ansel Adams.[26] Light painting requires a slow shutter speed, usually at least a second in duration. Light painting can imitate characteristics of traditional painting; superimposition and transparency can easily be achieved by moving, adding or removing lights or subjects during or between exposures.

Projector light painting, by waving a white translucent flash diffuser in the light path of a portable projector, the continuous motion creates an invisible screen in the air for the projected image in the photo.

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