Patrick Rochon’s Super Chromatic Images Are Light Painted Portraits Done in a Single Shot


All images by Patrick Rochon. Used with permission

We previously featured Patrick Rochon’s light paintings for Red Bull, and now he’s out with a brand new project. It’s called Super Chromatic, and is a series of light painted portraits shot in a single photo. The series is inspired by Comic Book heroes and Science Fiction–and that’s surely noticeable in the construction of the shots.

“…the light painting is all done in camera on a single exposure, no studio lights, no flash, all hand held lights, all light painting.” says Patrick. when we asked him about the series.

A couple of our favorites from the series are after the jump. But the fact that the images were all done in camera is seriously blowing our minds right now.










Hair: Véronique Beaupré, co-owner of local B, and Antoine Binet-Jolicoeur, hairstylist at local B, who worked with  Kérastase and Pureology products and with GEEwigs™ extensions from Gaël Betts

Photography: Patrick Rochon

Stylist: Rosalie Lemay, who worked with Polymorphe latex for her designs.

Makeup: Virginie Vandelac

Models: Ariane, Léonie, Kat, and Charlène from the Montage model agency

Retouching by Jeff Malo

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