Light painting doesn’t get much better than these magical photos by Simon Berger.
BONUS! Check out our DIY guide to light painting with steel wool.
Each of these images are an entire roll of film diligently shot frame-by-frame!
You can see Thomas Keller’s sketches that he used to plan out just how he was going to shoot each roll.
If you’re into these, check out our feature on Martin Wilson’s contact sheet art.
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Stephen Wilkes is a guy with some serious patience. He photographs the same spot for a minimum of ten hours! The goal is to capture the transformation of a selected area from day to night.
You’re probably looking at these photos and wondering how much time and expensive equipment it took to pull them off, but think again.
Eric Staller created these incredible light drawings back in the 1970’s with a 35mm film camera, 4th of July sparklers, and some Christmas lights. Not bad, huh?