The group of boys met in a workshop of Riders of Light in Barcelona. After that, a Facebook group was created with workshop assistants and the professors themselves.
Finally in that group there were 5 members and decided to stay to go out one night to take pictures and apply what we have learned. There, it began his story on a night when several photos were taken, two of which were selected in the international lightpainting contest organized by Lpwa, being these exposed in photokina as part of the 100 best international levels.
Each of the members provides the necessary spark for everything to work creatively:
Abel from the first moment showed his initiative and his ingenuity to create those scenes in moments of the night in which you stay blocked, in addition to having a unique tool, a optical superfiber of a very unusual size.
Edu was the first to teach the group what the olympus were capable of and what they could give us for this technique. He was also the owner of specific tools for light painting and multiple ways of use.
Ignasi brings his curious way of looking at the frames and choosing the most appropriate light sources for the photo we would make.
Javi is unique in seeing frames that none of the others saw. When the rest of us looked at awall or a ruined door, he saw some stairs or a hole in a wall to get the juice.
Loren is in charge, as in any great team, he directs, he coordinates the departures, he looks for the locations and make the group in general motivated and excited at each exit.
They are the Light hunters and have 3 years of continuous evolution in this technique in which the limits are the that marks our imagination.