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Energy In Motion – TAO LP 5

Energy In Motion – TAO LP 5

Observing my hypersensitivity and how everything affects me in this world, I concluded that emotions are energy moving through my body at all times. They contain containing information, just like a language and we can use this energy to create, communicate and connect with others.

Have you ever observed yourself this within while looking at attentively to try to figure out how all of this can be optimized?

We contain a multitude of layered systems, producing and or capturing energies, like electric current, emotions, thoughts, feelings, hunches, attractions, images in our mind’s eye. All of these are systems creating reality as we live it, feel it and sens it.

If you look at light painting from this point of view, Energy in Motion or Emotions, you come to understand that what we are practicing as light painters, is energy art. Moving all this joy and excitement, sometimes frustrations, through our light tools to be captured by the camera.
We are simply expressing externally what is going on internally, light, electricity in motion.
We are creators and energy artists adding a touch of color, fantasy and imagination on this planet.

All of us light painters have gotten an “awe moment” while looking at what came out of the camera at one point or another. The awe-ness, the surprise gets us motivated to do more, the flow of energy is nourishing and generating more excitement to keep going. Awe is a key in our process by transcending the intellect and touching something more profound within.

So today, in this short article, I propose some videos of people sharing their excitements, of being in awe, connecting the dots to generate a wider field of understanding for all of us.
This expansion of consciousness is one of the drivers behind why we create and how to make the world a better place, one photon at the time.

 

 

Thank you for reading the article. Hope this inspires you a tiny bit or nourishes your creation in some ways and please share your self, your experiences in the comments below.

Cheers!

Model of the top picture (yellow & green): Angela Carter

Model of the bottom picture (red blue): David Bujo

 

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About The Author

Patrick Rochon

Painting with actual light has been a fascination for two and a half decades now. Having explored many techniques, created many different light tools and light painted thousand of pieces, I’ve come to a place of finding beauty in simplicity, opening a world of small details within a line that contains it all.
To me, that is where fine art begins.

Patrick is an award-winning Light Painting photographer with over 24 years of experience. First prize winner of the Nikon photo contest in Japan, Patrick has done light painting photography for various fashion, rock magazines, CD jackets, DVD covers, posters, and international ad campaigns. Clients also include Toyota and Honda.
Born in Montreal, Canada, Patrick has lived mainly in Tokyo, New York and Paris for 15 years.

2 Comments

  1. susan chait

    Truth…so true..saying what i couldn’t express with words…you did it beautifully…sharing…

    • Patrick Rochon

      Hey Susan, thank you for the feedback, it’s good to know that. I’m never quite sure if people enjoy or beneficiate from these articles. If just one person gets inspired, then, I reached my goal. Thx again.

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