Light graffiti (AKA ‘light painting’) is a special photographic technique in which exposures (usually made at night) are created using a hand-held light source or by moving the camera. Light graffiti is a well known technique in photography but is highly specialised, difficult and normally left to expert photographers. Performance artists can sometimes be seen creating light graffiti (which can be captured with a photo or video), but either way it makes for great viewing.
Below are 25 examples of light graffiti so sit back, dim your lights and let’s check them out!
Needless to say, the one thing all of the above have in common is they were photos taken at night or at dusk. We hope these will inspire you to create your own stunning some inspiring of light graffiti.
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