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Detail, colour, and cohesive images emerge from a collection of seemingly erratic items - making elegant sense of what can be a jumble of user data and generated content.

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Detail, colour, and cohesive images emerge from a collection of seemingly erratic items - making elegant sense of what can be a jumble of user data and generated content.

UK-based photographer Ian Hobson is an expert at all kinds of impressive light art photography. When you first see his images, a collection called Waving T

Colorful Light Art Created Using No Digital Manipulation

UK-based photographer Ian Hobson is an expert at all kinds of impressive light art photography. When you first see his images, a collection called Waving T

I love this because it looks so cool and creepy and mesmerizing, I'm hopefully going to be taking a few pictures like this.

Slow shutter speed photography

light capturing movement in its purest form. by olafur eliasson.  Perhaps something that would light up like a light sculpture at night but represent something figurative during the day, something enveloping or something like an oak leaf

light capturing movement in its purest form. by olafur eliasson. Perhaps something that would light up like a light sculpture at night but represent something figurative during the day, something enveloping or something like an oak leaf

Light Painted Dresses by Atton Conrad. Combining light art photography and high fashion, these show-stopping, runway-worthy gowns are invisible until completed, and manufactured without physical material. Atton Conrad sets the models in pitch-black rooms, then writes with lights around them, resulting in a flowing and ephemeral slow-captured creation that is only visible after each shot is finished.

Light Painted Dresses by Atton Conrad. Combining light art photography and high fashion, these show-stopping, runway-worthy gowns are invisible until completed, and manufactured without physical material. Atton Conrad sets the models in pitch-black rooms, then writes with lights around them, resulting in a flowing and ephemeral slow-captured creation that is only visible after each shot is finished.

Echelle by Ron Haselden, part of Lumiere, produced by Artichoke in Durham 2009. Photo copyright Matthew Andrews.

Echelle by Ron Haselden, part of Lumiere, produced by Artichoke in Durham 2009. Photo copyright Matthew Andrews.

Love it! And a link to a light painting tutorial! Could do this so easily in the gallery!

Love it! And a link to a light painting tutorial! Could do this so easily in the gallery!

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