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30 Awesome Examples Of Light Graffiti

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A collection of 30 awesome examples of light graffiti. A great design trend which not a lot of people are aware of therefore this article showcases the best light graffiti designs. These are pretty simple designs but with a great concept be hide each design, which makes each one look so great and stand from many other designs.

 

1) kapow

guitar

2) Under My Umbrella

umbrella

3) Getting chased…

light-and-car

4) Walking The Dog

light-dog

5) Gabe vs Gabe!

gabe

6) Light Angel

angel

7) Bin

bin

8) mochipet

mochipet

9) Light painting

onchair

10) Light painting 2

fotball-light-paiting

11) Pet

the-dog

12) Hadouken

Hadouken

13) Dollars Energie

DollarsEnergie

14) Light Sword

light-sword

15) Tug-of-War

tug-of-war

16) AH! Real Monsters?

monsters

17) Biggest

Biggest

18) Orb by KNEX

balljpg

19) What Beer Are You?

What-Beer-Are-You

20) waste.removal

path-light

21) feb light graffiti 032

packman

22) The Path of Light

music-light

23) For "A"

iam-here

24) Bondage

Bondage

25) turning on the lights

light-car

26) light graffiti

angel2

27) light graffiti 2

light-monster

28) Light Bins

light-bins

29) Why so serious ?

serious

30) Alone

alone

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36 thoughts on “30 Awesome Examples Of Light Graffiti

  1. Very cool and creative.
    I’ll try some day to do something like this, and do my own graffitis. And of course, have some fun. It looks like so much fun.

    Nice.!

  2. These are amazing! I can’t wait to share these with a few of my photographer friends (and to try some myself!)

  3. I love both the bin pictures, they make my laugh, lol

    PS: the comment of whetetriftern is spam i have the same on my blog.

  4. I think these are made with photoshop light brushes. otherwise, i can’t think it’s possible.
    if it is indeed brushes, the images look real so kudos for that.

  5. It’s easy if you know how. You’ll need a tripod, a flashlight or lighter, a camera with manual controls and the know-how to make a timed auto exposure photograph. Set your camera to 30 secs or so. Then press the shutter – while working in the dark, draw something with a flashlight or lighter. Voila!

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