Photographer Uses Long Exposure Light Painting to Create a Real-Life Rainbow Road

Photographer Uses Long Exposure Light Painting to Create a Real-Life Rainbow Road

For those who don’t already know, light painting basically is a photographic technique in which exposures are made by moving a hand-held light source while taking a long exposure photograph, either to illuminate a subject or to shine a point of light directly at the camera, or by moving the camera itself during exposure. Photographer and filmmaker Daniel Mercadante used this method to create a real-life Rainbow Road. Continue reading for more pictures.”The latest photo meanders across the forest floor as the sun begins to set or rise – of course, a filmmaker first, Mercadante is no stranger to beautiful compositions. He founded a directing collective called ‘Everynone’ in 2009, then married another filmmaker, his wife, Katina,” according to Design Boom.

Photographer Uses Long Exposure Light Painting to Create a Real-Life Rainbow Road
Photographer Uses Long Exposure Light Painting to Create a Real-Life Rainbow Road
Photographer Uses Long Exposure Light Painting to Create a Real-Life Rainbow Road
Photographer Uses Long Exposure Light Painting to Create a Real-Life Rainbow Road
Photographer Uses Long Exposure Light Painting to Create a Real-Life Rainbow Road
Photographer Uses Long Exposure Light Painting to Create a Real-Life Rainbow Road
Photographer Uses Long Exposure Light Painting to Create a Real-Life Rainbow Road

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