Photographer Lightpainted The Polish Tatra Mountains And Made Them Even More Beautiful

Interesting lighpainting technique that makes pretty things even prettier

Q'bot Q'botcenko

Poland – You can humbly enjoy the open night sky in the last set of photographs taken in the Tatra Mountains. This beautiful project lasted three months, during this time, the photographer ‘Q’bot Q’botcenko’ visited the Tatra National Park several times to achieve the best results. He was completely dependent on weather conditions and moon phases – the sky has to be almost cloudless for you to see the stars and Milky Way.

In the pictures below he was showing places in the Polish Tatra Mountains often visited by tourists like Dolina Pięciu Stawów Polskich, Giewont or Morskie Oko. The only difference is, he shoot these photos at with a little help of my self-made lamps. More info: | instagram

The Orb of Tatras

The human pine tree

Dolina Pięciu Stawów

Star trails on Giewont

Przełęcz Kondracka

Alone in the Polish dark

The butterfly effect


Morskie Oko

Wielka Turnia

Raptawicka Grań

The light beam

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