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crossconnectmag:

Light Painter Janne Parviainen comes from Helsinki, Finnland, also known as JANNEPAINT, is a full time artist who has been snapping photographs for over fifteen years.

Like many light painters his discovery of the medium was an accident.   In early 2007, Janne was out at night capturing long exposure photographs and accidentally bumped his camera, when he looked at his photograph the street lights had left streaks that appeared to be writing in the image; from that point on Janne was a Light Painter.

Janne is well known for his light painting figures and recently he has been producing some amazing skeleton imagery. His favorite things about light painting are the urban exploration and the constant source of inspiration that it provides him. For more of his photos visit 500px.

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