Slow, Slow, Stop.
To paint with light is to shift time. Is to shift light. Is to change colour. To expand and contract that which is before us. To take away and to add. Most people can observe fifty frames per second, twice the frame rate of a movie. Each image our brain discerns is equivalent to 1/50th of a second. This equivalency is our normal, its how the world appears to us.
Imagine only seeing one frame per second, or one every two seconds. And imagine moving slowly, or quickly through that time. This is how our world would look now. It would be like a painting of light and colour. A painting is a distilled observation of light and colour, created over an extended period of time. It’s no less precise for that, because what is normal?