Light painting is much more than just photographic technique to light up things in the middle of the darkness. Instead of fractions of seconds, you’re able to include minutes or even hours into a one single frame. While the shutter is open you can create an alternative world on top of the one we’re living in.
Everything you see in the picture has really happened during the exposure. There’s something magical about it. When you draw things almost blindfolded, you have to concentrate fully on your body movements and muscle memory. It’s like building a choreography. Such experience makes you want to push the limits higher and higher. I still find it a really inspiring way to express myself.