Now that light graffiti is making its way into mainstream and amateur photographers are learning to use light as a brush against the canvas of darkness, innovative pro photographers like Jan Wöllert and Jörg Miedza are already pioneering the next craze: light art performance photography, or LAPP.
Perhaps inspired by LAPP of Denmark, this German photography duo is combining conventional light graffiti techniques with choreographed movements to create sci-fi style neon images that look like glowing vortexes and superhero shields, among other things. Check out the gallery above for a sample of some of Wöllert and Miedza's most electric (and no doubt inspiring to photographers) light art performance photography.
Light Art Performance Photography
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Light Graffiti Fashion
Eco-Stunt Photo Tricks
Web Cam Light Graffiti
Light As A Brush, Night As A Canvas
Athletic Light Graffiti