When done well painting or photographing light can be a spectacular feast for the senses. And the two artists showcased here have definitely got things right. Patrick Rochon and Eric ParĂ© are masters of this art form as you can plainly see from the shots on this page. Everything from the electric colours to the […]
Through the lens of American photographerÂ Robert GouletÂ the landscapes of our planet are transformed into a sea of colour and light. Deserts are shot in lush reds and oranges and a blanket of stars over the sea glistens in shades of blue and black. The natural wonder of Earth in all its glory. Images Â© Robert […]
In shades of electric blue, ruby red and black and white, photographer Lucas Zimmerman transforms mundane traffic lights in Weimar, Germany into an enchanting light show. With great technical skill, this empty patch of road becomes akin to the inside of a rave or nightclub. As all the colours and lights melt together, your eye […]
Takashi Kitajima will stand on an observation deck of a high-rise building or on a pedestrian bridge to capture a stunning picture of Tokyoâ€”from the Shinjuku Park Tower shown above to the Rainbow Bridge seen below. His pictures are artistic and poetic as they display an out-of-focus technique which he calls “Extra Bokeh.” Photos Â© […]
I have always been fascinated with lightning storms and how nature displays its own special effects show. I recently published “Lightning Strikes Twice,” and I have now selected a new group of photos that are more artistic in terms of composition. The forth image in post looks like Gotham City from one of the Batman […]
Looking at the photo above, I was curious to know how theÂ fluorescent tubes were placed on the mountains. Is this realistically possible to do?Â I now know this is a constructed sculpture by Laddie John Dill, whoâ€™s work is titled “Contained Radiance” and was showcased last year at the Ochi Gallery in Idaho.
California based illustrator Darren Pearson (a.k.a. Darius Twin) is constantly scouting for locations to execute his light paintings. He works by night using a flashlight and camera set for long-exposure. And his final images are what you see here, without any digital montaging. Pearsonâ€™s work is currently being sold as paper and canvas prints at […]
Twenty-four year oldÂ meteorologist Willoughby Owen runs the Hamilton NZ Weather Station. And he also has another profession as a thrilling storm chaser who travels the world to photographically capture natureâ€™s light shows.
AnnualÂ pyrotechnic shows are popular in most countries, and this isnâ€™t including the ones held on New Yearâ€™s Eve. From Iceland to Thailand, colorful explosions will fill the night skies creating magical and celestial atmospheres.
The light and colors are amazing in this series titled “Sky,” by Eric Cahan. The artist registers the time and location for each image to remind him of the visual and spiritual experience. Cahan is fascinated by Light, “its constant mystery, the way it shifts and colors everything around it in nature.â€ť