And the winner for the November 2015 Light Painting Contest Themed “Portrait” is… Vincent Delesvaux, a.k.a. Diliz This beautiful Light Painting Photograph was created at F-5.0, ISO 100, during a 116 second exposure.
Vincent said this about the image:
“I remember now” has been made at one oclock in my home in 2012, with my ex girlfriend Cosima that I’ve met in Dharamsala, India.
We’ve been using an African mask, a scarf, électroluminescent wire and a little bit of optic fiber and the spotlight shifter 1.0 that I’ve diffused to be used at f/5.
I start to paint the back of Cosima with EL wire taking it with two hands in every end to get a better control of the shapes and a little bit of optic fiber… Then I used the spotlight shifter diffused to paint the right side of the mask and the bottom and both hands close to the face, taking care of not putting light on the left side to allow space for the second cycle and the other half face of the model. After that she took the mask off, join her hands and I light painted them and the left side of her face.
That’s it. Pretty easy!”
I don’t know about “easy” but it sure is incredible! For this fabulous creation Vincent will receive a LPP prize pack filled with treasures from our sponsors below. Make sure to check out more of Vincent’s Light Painting work on his website www.diliz-light.com and his Facebook Page HERE!