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.
Jan Wollert and Jorg Miedza Master Lapp
1. Light Art Performance Photography - Using choreographed movements to create sci-fi style neon images through light graffiti techniques.
1. Photography - Innovative photographers can incorporate light art performance techniques into their work to create unique and captivating images.