Light Painting on World War II Bunkers by David Gulliver
We saw these light-art photos and had to share them on our blog! David Gulliver is a photographer that uses his own customised photography technique to light up German built bunkers that were once occupied by Nazi forces in World War II.
He created the giant ‘light orbs’ by fixing LED lights to a manmade contraption that attaches to a drill, which makes them rotate in circles. He also has a collection of light sabers and glow sticks that he uses as paintbrushes.
In each image, Gulliver is actually present the whole time the photograph is being taken, but he prefers to remain invisible. “I dress in black or very dark clothing to help minimize the chances of being made visible to the camera during the shoot,” he expalins. “Once the camera has started taking the shot – which can last up to 30 minutes – I walk into the picture frame and begin adding the light to the photograph.”
You can check out David Gullivers website here: http://www.davidgilliverphotography.com