Unbelievable Light Painting Portrait in Seoul Korea Tauheed Ahmad December 9, 2017 Amazing & Incredible 1583 As part of this year’s in recent times wrapped National Geographic Photo Contest, photographer Sungjin Kim entered this incredible light painting portrait. Like As we have seen a few times before, a piece of steel wool was spun to produce a brilliant cascade of sparks. Love how this was taken right in the middle of a busy metropolitan city and how the light painting effect is intensified by the reflection in the water. This is one of best picture I ever see. Playing with fire beside the canal in the modern city. Songdo, South Korea Photo and caption by Sungjin Kim/National Geographic Photo Contest Originally posted 2015-07-05 16:09:53. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsUltra Realistic Finger-paintings of Icebergs by Zaria FormanFanciful Kaleidosopic Light Paintings Formed in CameraAmerican Artist has selected an abandoned Cabin in the deserts of CaliforniaUnbelieveable Sand Drawings by Andres AmadorArtist experiments with colorful tinted paints & water to create beautifully abstract, hypnotizing formationsThe Deep Feeling Painting of Shin Jong SikNYC Winter Storm Photo Strangely Look like an Impressionist PaintingPuzzling Optical Illusion of a Hovering Tree Cut in Half Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.