The LiteBlades Are the Latest Tools for Light Painting

Different Generations and prototype of Liteblades

All images by Patrick Rochon

If you’re looking for a new tool to paint with light and play with long exposures, then photographer Patrick Rochon has just what you need. They’re called the Liteblades–and they’re not anything like what you may see out of Star Wars. In fact, Patrick used them to make the Super Chromatic photos that we featured a while back.

The Liteblades are new brushes for photographers assembled (handmade and lasercut) in Canada, and have seven different configurations: GODSPEED, WINGMAN, PHOENIX, SPACETIME, BLACKDIAMOND, MONOLITH, and FIREFLY. They’re all unique tools that have different shapes and sizes for whatever your imagination can think of.

You can head on over to his shop to check them out now where each goes for $99. More images are after the jump.

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