"Capture" the Light

Photo:    Vitor Schietti

Ever imagine to capture something so unreachable like movement and light itself ?

What happens when human's imagination becomes painter?  Using all surroundings as potential canvases ?

Photo:    Vitor Schietti

How it would look if  we could observe light movement like a slow motion video ?

Photo:    Vitor Schietti
Photo:    Vitor Schietti

Long exposure photography is giving us a chance to trick the famous "fourth dimension" -time...

Long-exposure photography captures one element that conventional photography does not: an extended period of time packed in one moment.

Art itself taking the best of technological  progress combined with great ideas and visions of contemporary painters.

Amazing concept engaging beautiful sunset sky, natural environment as background and long exposure photography impresses the audience with many different themes ...

One of them, again relaying on nature, is 'Impermanent Sculptures'.

Brazilian photographer Vitor Schietti showed us his impression of perfect moments  caught in his imagination: visible only in his mind before lighting up the landscape.

Waving fireworks around the trees and brunches with the purple sky in the background  and  12 exposures created incredible series of  light paintings...

Photo:    Vitor Schietti

About 'Impermanent Sculptures' Vitor Schietti says: "The series is the result of several years of research on long exposure photography. Only one or two pictures per day were allowed, since the time window for which this balance is possible is very narrow (20 to 40 minutes)"

Photo:    Vitor Schietti

Lake Paranoa, streets , Brazilian central plateau, National Museum of Brasilia were his background for his light drawing this time.

Allowing the audience to catch part of his beautiful mind he says: "I deliver myself to the present moment when drawing these light sculptures, which only ever existed for the digital eye of the camera, never really being perceived as a whole by a human witness."

Photo:    Vitor Schietti
Photo:    Vitor Schietti
Photo:    Vitor Schietti
Photo:    Vitor Schietti
Photo:    Vitor Schietti

This is only one theme that this amazing photograph shared with world ...

We are sure that like us you will be "captured" to explore more, so visit his site

http://schiettifotografia.com/en/