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Mesmerizing Long Exposure Shots Of Neon-Streaked Waterfalls
By Dorothy Tan, 10 Apr 2013
Photographers Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard are collaborating on the ‘Neon Luminance’ project, in which they capture landscapes that have been lit up by glow sticks, road flares, headlamps and moonlight.
As part of this project, the duo has shot a series of stunning night-time, long-exposure photographs of waterfalls that are illuminated by colorful glow sticks.
Dropping high-powered Cyalume glow sticks into a number of waterfalls in Northern California, they took exposures that vary from 30 seconds to 7 minutes—sometimes, several glow sticks are strung together to create more complex light patterns.
The result is a lovely neon-streaked light effect that transforms the waterfalls from natural wonders into surreal, alien water formations.
Check out the ‘Neon Luminance’ website for more beautiful, neon-lit images.
[via This Is Colossal]
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