We are big fans or Eric Pare and Kim Henry, the photographer/dancer duo has created some epic art over the years. Now, they are coming back with a new technique that involves fog machine, a projector and some copper lights. The shooting was done to celebrate Eric’s new light painting studio, and a celebration they had.
Eric explains how the photos were created:
- Light behind Kim: Projector playing some deep sea youtube videos ;)
- Front light: Copper wire light. I hold one end and try to have a few lights in front of the camera to get those big bokeh effects
- Ambiance: fog machine.
- Editing: only contrasts / color grading / vignetting
Behind the scenes
you have to admit that it looks fun!
Dance & lights photshoot #behindthescenes with @kimhenrydance. Results: https://t.co/ghccRECJSe pic.twitter.com/I4bZxrCZLE
— Eric Paré #NFTphotography (@ericpare) November 25, 2016
Eric Pare is a canadian visual artist who has been performing light-painting all around the world since 2013. You can find out more about him on his website, or follow his work on 500px, Facebook and Instagram. Kim Henry Professional dancer. Nature, music, yoga, travel & food lover. Fascination for human being and movement. You can follow her on her Instagram.
[via Eric Pare]
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