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Exemplary inspiring photographers such as Stephen Orlando will always find a way to keep their form of art propelling forward at full speed through simple yet inspiring photography that can change the way we see things across multiples domains of activities. Stephen Orlando lives in Ontario and just recently, thanks to him, the sub-genre of light painting through photography evolved a little. His last collection showcases the motion of canoers and kayakers highlighted through LED Lighting in a set of long exposure photos .
The result of the experiment are simple paths left by the motion of kayakers, canoers and swimmers on water that have sculpted woven braids of light into photographies. The photographer used a LED stick that blinked or changed the color through time, assuring him that every paddle stroke has been immortalized.
20 or 30 seconds are enough to make the main protagonist, the kayak or swimmer invisible yet their hypnotically repetitive motions are captured with ease into an elegant and sculptural light show.
This is not the first long exposure light painting for Stephen Orlando and we are sure that you’ll find the collection showcased on his website breathtaking.
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