I visited Belgium often in recent years. The idea was to share good times with my lightpainting brotherman self-nicknamed Pala Teth.
I really like the belgian state of mind, full of self-mockery and humbleness. It's really refreshing, especially when you like in Paris^^
I love their disused industrial heritage, which is much more accessible than in France. Wallonia has a rich history of heavy industry, it is full of very inspiring sites.
This photo was taken in a disused marble factory, commonly called the H.Q. by Pala and his local lightpainting fellows. While the whole group was doing a big collective picture, I decided to step aside and do my own thing.
Lightpainting created in real time, captured to the camera in one single photographic frame.
No layers /no Photoshop / no editing exept minor adjustments (lens correction profite, WB, contrast (+12)) and addition of my logo.
Canon EOS 6D body
Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM lens
Canon RC-E6 IR remote
Benro A2292T tripod
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