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Light-Painting: Traveling Around The World To Create Fantasy Portraits

Kim and Eric have been traveling around the globe with their light-painting tubes to create the below amazing visuals. They just released their behind-the-scenes video that shows exactly how these beautiful pictures have been created.     Artist: Kim Henry & Eric ParéWebsite | Facebook | Instagram (Kim) | Instagram (EriC) | Twitter | 500px        

Photograph of the Day: Tram Goes Back to the Future

During the Christmas season, public trolleys in Budapest, Hungary are outfitted with over 30,000 twinkling LED lights. Photograph by VIKTOR VARGA The tradition began in 2009 and has been a hit with passengers ever since. The lit up trams have become a beacon for photo ops and creative photographers have found interesting ways to capture them. In this eight second long exposure photograph by Viktor Varga, the moving tram looks […]

Awesome Light Painting - The Graffiti Skeletons

We’ve seen light graffiti before, but none as lively as these skeletons by Los Angeles-based Darius Twin (aka Darren Pearson). Twin began light painting since 2008, after seeing an image from Gjon Mili that captured Pablo Picasso creating a light drawing called Picasso Draws A Centaur.   Often times, people assume that Twin’s images are photoshopped, but they are not. He pioneered the light painting technique of spinning a glass […]

"Graffiti of Speed" Symmetric Long Exposure Photography by Shinichi Higashi

Japanese photographer Shinichi Higashi takes great long exposure shots of Tokyo and its urban architecture. The result is a series of “Graffiti of Speed ​​/ Mirror Symmetry” with talent that uses replication and symmetry to discover more. One of the many masterminds behind Sega and the Sonic movement, his creativity is still being tapped to be used for visual good. He uses the mirrors to elevate his photos for his […]

Stunning Collection of Long Exposure Photography

Long exposure photography is also known as time exposure photography, it can be done by increasing the duration of the shutter speed to sharply capture the stationary objects of images while blurring or smearing the moving objects. The paths of moving light sources become clearly visible in long exposure photography.   By David Keochkerian   By Patrick Smith   By AtomicZen : )   By Noval Nugraha   By Miles […]