The Brazilian photographer Vitor Schietti produces light painting works in nature or in city centers using trees, rocks, pontoons, or even water. It immortalizes the movement of light through work with long exposures and therefore its supports adorns a magnificent light rain.
“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.
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). The Brazilian central plateau, in a kind of savana called “Cerrado” was the scenery for most of these experimentations. The margins of the lake Paranoa, the streets and the National Museum of Brasilia were also locations for some of the light paintings.” – Vitor Schietti