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Carles Calero

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Whenever I explain to my students or my clients what night photography and light painting are for me, I compare it as a return to childhood …


Do you remember when you first discovered the effects that colored pencils produced when passing over a surface?


Do you remember how fun it was to go out with the gang of friends to discover new worlds?


Do you remember the excitement of discovering for the first time a place you had never been and that your parents had told you not to go?


Those times when the word “boredom” and “routine” had no meaning for you because you just had not yet experienced it, and that at this point in life you probably know what it is.


In my opinion, night photography and light painting allow me to discover these new sensations for the second time. A new opportunity that has given me life so as not to trip over these ugly words again … and that everything is a colorful world, where the pencils have been replaced by colored lanterns, where the book “Pinta y Colorea” “It has changed for a black canvas of darkness in any remote place, where I will give birth to a new world of imagination.


If you want to see my works …
… if you want to see my commercial proposals …
… if you want to see my workshops, conferences and workshops …
… if you want to know a little more about my photographic career …
… I invite you to visit my web
Light Painting World Alliance Member (LPWA)


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“We are a group created in 2012 by a group of photography lovers in which we look for an additional point to this art.” Starting in this modality, Light Painting, we were step by step developing lighting tools and improving lighting techniques to create true images.


Nowadays, we try to make our dreams come true and now in DRT we have created a cultural association, because we understand people of the street must know our work.


We believe light painting is a form of artistic expression and therefore we do not use any type of digital edition or montage in our works. This allows us to create in-situ images, already finished without the need for digital effects. This technique allows us to take full advantage of the places we photograph, or even invent our own environments. “


You can contact us and see our work at:


diana ponce light painting paradise
Hello, this is Diana Ponce, I live in Santander and I am fond of photography since 2010, when I decided to learn to use a SLR camera a little more seriously.


I did some courses to learn different techniques of photography such as: landscape, portrait, macro, lighting, etc. … until 2013 when I went to a night landscape photography workshop, which surprised me a lot, because I was unaware that I could take pictures in the dark. Followed, in 2014, I discovered the “Lightpainting” in its purest state, in the “LightArt City of Oviedo International Congress”.


There I met my mentor: Darren Pearson, teacher of the “FREEHAND” or freehand drawing. Thanks to him, and the support of many friends, here I am, more motivated every day, and wanting to draw, experience new strokes, new drawings, discover new tools of “LIGHT”, combine the “Freehand” with other Lightpainting techniques, At the same time, meet and make new friends with the same passion for “Light Painting”, sharing ideas and creating new challenges.


This is what Lightpainting has offered me, endless possibilities for imagination and creativity … Once you get hooked, it’s hard to escape !!!

Frodo Álvarez "Children of Darklight"

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Frodo Álvarez is originally from Oviedo (Asturias, Spain) and full-time lightpainter today. In 2009 he discovers light painting and automatically ignites the spark of his artistic vocation, uniting his love for photography and relieving an old thorn that graffiti had left him stuck. No more lightpainters around him at that time, soon light painting becomes a hobby, a hobby, a passion, and founds with a group of friends the collective Children Of Darklight (abbreviated under the acronym DKL), to get ahead every Light Painting project that goes through your head. Children Of Darklight is currently formed by all those who believe in what we do and collaborate with us, we are all brothers of lights in the dark. From first line lightpainters like Edu Cajigal, DaveAstur, Sfhir, Riders of Light, Luis Medina, Mario Le2, etc … with whom Frodo works regularly, to video makers, models, stylists, make-up artists, colleagues LPers from all over the world … we are all Children Of Darklight.


After years experimenting with light painting, its different substyles, its innumerable possibilities, its tools, its secrets … Frodo has learned to control the light, being not only a veteran of the technique at a national level, but he has also earned himself a pulse being a world reference.


Frodo is the Spanish representative of the Light Painting World Alliance (LPWA), a worldwide group that promotes Light Painting as an art in itself independent of photography, and several of his photographs are part of the LPWA World Exhibition, sharing a poster with the most outstanding artists of the movement. He is also director of the International Congress LightArt Ciudad de Oviedo, and last 2016 he won the first prize in the ILPA (International Light Painting Award)

Gabriel González

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Creator of the web His photographic beginnings were in the mid-80s with black and white reels. He began with night photography in 2010. Since then, he has not stopped training, researching and developing techniques related to night photography, long exposure and light painting, specializing especially in the lighting technique of all types of vehicles and recreation of scenes with characters.


Currently, the Provincial Council of Albacete has a solo exhibition on its large format landscape photographs. He has won several national and international awards and has participated as a speaker at the V National Congress of Night Photography “iNight” and the 4th AFOTAR Congress, his photographs have been featured in several issues of the specialized magazine “Nocturnal Photographer”.


More information at and on all social networks:


INSTAGRAM  @Gabriel_Glez_Noctografia




500px https://500px.ocm/gonval2003


TWITTER @noctofotografia



Hannu Huhtamo

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Hannu Huhtamo is a visual artist from Helsinki, Finland. Since 2008 Hannu has been working on the art of Lightpainting and long exposure photography.


With different types of light sources, create new worlds in darkness and paint what you can not see.


The Light Art Photography by Hannu consists of incredible symmetrical flowers of light, fauna and luminous sculptures that draw in various places along the elements of the current environment and ambient lighting. The most unusual and forgotten places on the outskirts of the city become a surreal scene for his art.


Hannu is also part of the art collective of light Valopaja that organizes workshops and interactive representations of live painting in which the public has the opportunity to be part of the show by creating their own art.


Hannu’s work has gained much attention in the art world through the Internet and has appeared in several magazines, blogs, music videos and news channels such as CNN and Discovery Channel. He also collaborates with artists from around the world and with brands such as the manufacturer of flashlights Led Lenser.

Iris Cebrián "Shyroii"

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I am a photographer born in Albacete. I was always interested in painting, photography and “light in motion” although at that time I had no idea what I was doing was light painting. It was in 2010 approximately, having already a reflex camera, a tripod and remote shutter, when I began to deepen this technique by trying different tools to reach the style that today characterized me: the effects with fabrics.


I usually work portraits although I’m also doing freehand drawings, still lifes, product photography …

Janne Parviainen "Jannepaint"

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Janne Parviainen is a Lightpainting artist born in Helsinki.


His work has appeared in several magazines, books and art blogs such as The National Geographic, The Guardian, Daily Mail, Wired, Juxtapoz, Spiegel Online, Metro Newspaper. Janne has worked with well-known brands such as Adobe Systems Inc., Olight and Nippon Television, which produce high-level artistic material for commercial use. His work has been on display around the world in exhibitions, light art festivals and museums.


In his artworks, Janne Parviainen studies the possibilities of spaces and dimensions by creating topographic maps with light and incorporating drawings of forced perspective illuminated with lightpainting.

Kim Von Koels

Kim von Coels is a German Photographer who resides in Glastonbury in the UK.
Her journey with light painting started many years ago when she was at Central st. Martins university in London. Due to the confines and costs of working with film her Light Painting passion didn’t fully ignite until over a decade later when the advances in digital technology allowed an affordable approach to this art form.


With many years experience in creative photography Kim likes to experiment using the camera as a tool to create pictures rather than just take pictures. Playing with different styles and techniques, she has A keen interest in art history, fashion and portraiture, photography as fine art and analogue photography, including printing her own images in a darkroom. She often merges different practices and ideas to create unique images, with light painting being only one of many of her creative outlets.


Her light Painting is usually centred around the human form, drawing inspiration from magic, ethereal and feminine vibes or futuristic sci-fi characters and scenes.


Nowadays Kim works with a large variety of Light Painting styles and techniques and has firmly embedded herself in the worldwide light painting community, collaborating with other Light Artists, participating in Light Painting events and her work appearing in several group exhibitions.
She also recently opened her first solo exhibition ‘See the Light’ at the Art Catto gallery in Loulé, Portugal as part of the Luza International festival of light.
instagram; @krumblecreations

Light Hunters

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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.

Luplof "Jannis Sid"

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Luplof aka Jannis Sid is a Greek light artist who lives in Helsinki.


For 20 years he has been working with light and has developed the ability to manipulate light sources to create a variety of shapes and generate emotions,
highlight atmospheres and create alternative realities.


Using a wide range of tools and techniques in his Lightpainting work is trying to study the various applications of light and how a tool transforms people, landscapes and everyday objects.


He has organized and participated in numerous art exhibitions in installations and festivals both in Greece and in other European countries.


In 2017 Light Painting Blog began with international collaboration and the aim of spreading the Lightpainting as a form of artistic expression and thus help to grow the Lightpainting scene.

Luis Medina

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My name is Luis Manuel Lafuente Medina although everyone knows me as Medina, the name which I sign my works.


All my life I have been interested in photography, a hobby that I already very young inherited from my father. In 2014 I discovered Light Painting with DKL and since then I have not stopped.


I also like travel photography, night photography and landscapes, disciplines that I try to combine in my work Light Painting whenever I have the opportunity.


A very important part of Light Painting is the design of light tools something that occupies a large part of my time and that I like as much or more than putting myself behind the camera.


I hope you enjoy our tools as much as we do the Light Painting Paradise team.

Riders of Light

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Ivan Lucío and Javier Jiménez form the Light Painting signature “Riders of Light”.


Madrid local representatives of LPWA. They have been working since 2011 with an intense career at national level. Brands such as Coca Cola, Absolut, Nissan, Women, Secret or Louis Vuitton have had their experience for different Light Painting projects.


Advertising, photocall at events, exhibitions, masterclasses, workshops, exhibitions and numerous presentations at national and international photography congresses make Riders of Light a benchmark in this discipline.

Rob Turney

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Rob is a lightpainting artist based in Melbourne, Australia.


He started working this technique in 2009.


He has exhibited his work all over the world, including Australia, New York, Paris, Spain and China.


In addition to being a very talented photographer, Rob loves to share his passion for Light painting and in particular, for the more abstract forms that can be seen throughout his work.

Roy Wang

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My first steps in photography took place in 2010 while I was working in Japan. At that time I did landscape photography by day and night photography at sunset.


As I enjoyed the night landscapes so much, I began to investigate new techniques related in some way to night photography. One thing led to the other I ended up involved in lightpainting, a technique that has not provided me more than satisfactions.


What I like about light painting is to practice over and over again until the desired effect is achieved. The harder it is to get the result you have in mind, the greater the enjoyment!


Every day I try to improve my technique and improve the movements to create my designs, but it is not an easy task. I remember that at first I was only able to create a jumble of disordered lines, but I did not give up; I tried again and again and continued shooting until I managed to memorize the strokes that allowed me to get the desired picture.


Another thing that I like about lightpainting is that the “object” does not really exist. They are just lines of light in the air. That is why you have no idea of ​​the result you will get until the exhibition ends and the shutter closes … The adrenaline rush when looking at the result on the camera screen is something indescribable.


My first love within the Lightpainting was the freehand or lightpainting freehand. I received my first freehand tool from Light Painting Paradise in 2016. It is a comfortable tool, with a nice touch, that allows me to draw freely and capture my works without limitations. Having a tool that adapts to your needs is very important for any lightpainter and for me the freehand tool was just what I needed to continue evolving my art.

Tom Hill

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Tom Hill is a 39 year old photographer who lives in Newcastle in the North of England.


Tom discovered light painting thanks to his girlfriend who knew Ian Hobson, a well known artist in the field of light painting in England and since then he has spent much of his free time in the tunnels and dark places of Newcastle and its neighborhoods.


Tom is famous in particular for his complex orbs, made with a combination of an LED umbrella and other tools. Thanks to his collaboration with LightPaintingParadise and his cones, he has started developing new designs using brighter tools than the umbrella, such as the plexy tubes and the orb tools


Now he is still working on the creation of more and more complex orbs but he also works on the creation of more organic elements such as flowers and light graffiti. With his collaboration with lightpaintingparadise, he hopes to continue improving his light painting skills and increase his family of Spanish friends.

Sven Gerard

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Sven Gerard is a light painting artist and photographer from Berlin. He has been a passionate photographer for over 40 years. Since 2012 he works mainly in Light Painting.


An important part of his work is the development of new tools and techniques. Besides his artistic work he shares his knowledge and skills in workshops and articles, among others in his blog and on


A great motivation for him is the unique Light Painter community. The exchange with like-minded people, the organization of events and meetings as well as mutual support and inspiration have become an indispensable part of his life. To increase the awareness of the art form Light Painting and to strengthen the Light Painter community are important goals for him.


But least it is all about the special feelings, experiences and fun during the creative work with moving light in front of the camera.