Painting with light is far more difficult than one may perceive. Even for the most innately gifted of artists it can prove to be a challenge.
The camera exposures were timed manually from around 20 seconds to one a minute long, depending on the duration needing to complete the light painting. Incredible watching two "masters of lines" blindly scribe the area with a basic flashlight to create these forms almost effortlessly. Always good fun and quite an honor collaborating with Shantell and Quang.
Series of long exposures of land, city, and seascapes ranging from 3 minutes to 44 minutes in broad daylight. This technique utilizes polarizers and blackout or black glass IR filters which capture the infrared light spectrum invisible to the naked eye.