American artist Darren Pearson who creates rainbow light paintings of dolphins, camels, dinosaurs and more. To create a light painting, Darren waits until dusk or evening and sets his camera on a tripod. He then takes a photo with a long exposure, usually between two and seven minutes.
For colored animals, Darren uses a series of flashlight attachments from the Light Painting Brush System which allow him to modify the colors and the shape of the light. He also uses environmental references like some rocks, perhaps or a bush as “boundaries” so he keeps the image to scale. Pearson will spend anywhere from two to four hours just to animate one animal.
Look at these amazing life size light paintings created by Darren Pearson. You can also follow him on Instagram page @dariustwin.
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