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Amazing Kaleidoscopic Light Paintings Created in Camera by Jeremy Jackson

Amazing Kaleidoscopic Light Paintings Created in Camera by Jeremy Jackson

Amazing Kaleidosopic Light Paintings Created in Camera by Jeremy Jackson

Electric sparks and colorful whirls dominate these amazing works of art inspired by Dr. Seuss and geometric designs and patterns. It is made by the spectacular results of long exposure and the manipulation of several light sources by photographer Jeremy Jackson (aka Tacky). He works almost absolutely in light painting.

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Light Paintings by Michael Bosanko

Light Painting by Michael Bosanko

Light Painting by Michael Bosanko

Cardiff-based artist and photographer Michael Bosanko made light painting his specialty. He stumbled upon light painting when by chance, photographing a moonlit landscape went wrong. The long exposure he used left streaks in the final image. Curious, he tried to keep the camera on the tripod and and used torchlight to ‘draw’. It worked, and after experimenting with other flashlights, Bosanko was hooked to light painting ever since.

His personal Light Paintings portfolio has one thing in common: not one image was photo edited unless he re-sizes for the web or using watermarks. There is no layering or overlapping of any kind. Bosanko has chosen this path to keep his light graffiti pure and to learn from his mistakes and triumphs.

He uses a vast number of tools. He mostly uses digital pro Canon gear or sometimes film. Camera settings vary according to environment and exposure ranges from seconds to over an hour. The tools are mostly simple household torches along with bulbs, LEDs, fire or anything Bosanko can get his hands on.

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Experimental Photography by Bagrad Badalian

Experimental Photography by Bagrad Badalian

Experimental Photography by Bagrad Badalian

When you say photography, people will think “fashion”, “beautiful models” or “advertising” but photographer Bagrad Badalian created a different niche, one that is different than anything else.

Badalian started this experimental photography project by experimenting with different types of lighting techniques and combining them with reflective body painting. He and his makeup artist Orla McKeating removed the color from their models and added colors of their own with light painting. The camera is then set to low shutter to capture these abstract images as the subjects moved.

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