Supercars Painted With LED Lights Continue To Gain Speed.

Marc Cameron and photographer Mark Brown teamed up to create a series of "Light Painted" sports cars shot at well known locales in London. Initially launched in November 2009, the ongoing project continues as they add more and newer cars to their series, including a series of F1 (Formula One) race cars.

Below are several images from the series of Light Graffiti Cars, including many of the newest ones.

Ariel Atom:

Aston Martin Cygnet:

Bugatti Veyron Supersport:

Ford GT40:

Holden Efigy:


Lamborghini Gallardo:

Lexus LFA:

Mastretta MXT:

McLaren MP4 12c:

Mercedes SL500 Brabus:

Mercedes SLR McLaren:

Mercedes SLS AMG:

Pagani Huayra:

Porsche 918 Spyder:

TVR Tuscan:

VW Beetle:

VW Camper/Bus:

Formula 1 Race Cars:

“Light painting” or “light graffiti” is a complicated process that involves using LED lights to draw an outline that a camera with a slow shutter speed then captures. Using extended exposures Mark Brown is able to step in front of the lens and paint with light using the camera as a canvas. He them uses photographed components as backgrounds for the images. Nothing is digitally generated, only composited.

The Official Light Graffiti site
These images and more are available as prints here

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