Tom Lacoste—aka Thoum—describes himself as a "young self-made photographer" who "began taking pictures while i was juggling fire with some friends." Looking at his amazing photos, he seems to me like a sorcerer with fire powers.
This collage of firespinning shows the creative power of a long exposure. With the shutter open, the camera is able to capture the complete movement of the firespinner, giving this feeling of flow and simplicity to the image.
Fire Light Painting – 17 Photographs by Tom Lacoste
Fire photography by Tom Lacoste. The 23 year old isn't a professional photographer and has no aspirations to become one. He is currently attending the Bordeaux Circus School in Southern France, where he trains in juggling, acrobatics and hand-balancing.
''Fourth Dimensional Vision - light painting is the art of shooting long exposures while moving a hand-held light source (or moving the camera) in order to “draw” with light in the resulting photo. Check out this photographer’s entire set— pure genius.