Light Graffiti is also known as light painting
Uses the movement of light to create images that are done on the streets
HOT IT WORKS:
At night or in the dark, you put a camera on a tripod or on a stable surface
Then you open the shutter on the camera for an extended period of time, ex. 15 or 30 seconds,
Then with a light, you move around in front of the camera.
When you are done, close the shutter on the camera and voila, you have Light Painting.
The exposures can be as long as you want or as long as your camera allows.
You can Light Paint on a subject or turn the light towards the lens to create strokes and draw what you feel like.
Has worked on campaign ads, DVD covers, magazines, CD covers, posters and much more.
Employers include Honda and Toyota
LIGHT Graffiti artists: http://weburbanist.com/2008/07/07/10-amazing-light-graffiti-artists-and-photographers/
Patrick's work: http://lightpaintingphotography.com/light-painting-artist/featured-artist-2/patrick-rochon/