24x360 degree bullet time light painting by Patrick Rochon
24x360 is a purely artistic and experimental project using lightp painting and Timecode 360 with 24 cameras.
The project was born after a very intense year mounting ans unmounting our rig in various live events.
We then finally sat down at our Montreal studios to create inspiring 360 degree bullet time light painting.
Patrick Rochon is an award-winning Light Painting photographer with over 19 years of experience. First prize winner at the Nikon photo contest in Japan, Patrick has done Light Painting photography for various fashion and rock magazines, CD jackets, DVDs, posters, internet and other promotion materials. Clients also include Toyota and Honda. Born in Montreal, Canada, Patrick has lived mainly in Tokyo, New York and Paris for 15 years.
“My medium is LIGHT (moving lights) trough various media.I mainly use photography and video to capture the movement I create with lights. I started light-painting, combine with photography doing long exposure in the dark, in 1992. In 1999 I started creating videos and performances with lights. Then with friends we created a multimedia group and we built costumes of lights. Using video feedback, we performed by ”light-painting” on a giant screen creating a new visual experience.” -PR
by Patrick Rochon, Timecode Lab, and Eric Paré
Team : Nicolas Foisy, Stéphane Hoareau, David Gaudet, Jeremy Lloubes, Alexandre Michel, Jean-François Sarrazin
Models & artists : Joanie Darveau, Christelle, Viviane Audet, Mélodie Lamoureux, Yandel bodypainter, Fannie Hunter, Juliet Bayer, Coralie Muroni, Marie-Line, Jenny, Artemis, Ariane, Geneviève Borne, Sanchia Rooker, Jacinthe Amyot, Duo Evelyne Shannon,
Post processing : Ahmed Ismael, Diana Nikolova, Marie-Pierre Provencher, Nguyen Van An, Jeffrey Vincent-Malo
Click here to see the whole project: 24x360.com | Via Timecode Lab