As i don't have too much commercial project, i just added artistic works realized in the 6 last years with the photographer David Gallard. This is a portfolio of light-calligraphy. All these artworks are only photography in long exposure. No digital manipulation, all the files are SOOC (straight out of the camera).
We travelled in differents unique place with the photographer to catch incredible landscapes.We are working in the night or at the blue hour. The photographer choose the frame and let me know how many time I have to realize the calligraphy, according the brightning of the place. When it's ok, the photographer switch off the camera and I start to realized the differents strockes of the calligraphy in a one shot. When it's finished, the photographer switch off the camera and the light calligraphy appears on the screen of the camera.
Editor : Yannick leboeuf
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