Light painting is a technique that selectively illuminates subjects with light
while the camera shutter remains open. A photographer paints a scene with light
just like an artist paints canvas with paintbrushes. The exposure time can vary
from a few seconds to a few hours; but on average, it spans several minutes.
All works presented on this site created “in camera”. All effects are "real",
produced with the light installations; none of the effects were produced in
While photography is considered a “still” medium, light painting happens during
a passage of time. During this passage of time earth rotates, landscape changes,