Login Forgot your password? He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. The photos, captured by artists Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard of the multimedia production company From the Lenz , were created by dropping glow sticks into the water and snapping pictures of the multi-colored objects as they floated down steep drop-offs. To avoid polluting the water with plastic and toxic, chemiluminescent goo, the duo made sure to collect the unopened, buoyant sticks at the end of each exposure. Instead they used high-powered 8-hour Cyalume glow sticks in a variety of colors. A story about california , exposure , long , neon , sean lenz , waterfalls.
Neon Luminance: Long-Exposure Neon Waterfall by Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard
Email Address never made public. Photographers Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard of From the Lenz have come up with a brilliant light painting concept that produces gorgeous results. More images of this project in the following section. You are commenting using your WordPress. The team sent various colours of Cyalume glow sticks down a selection of waterfalls in Northern California and then captured long exposures varying from 30 seconds to seven minutes of the submerged trails of light as the sticks moved through the current. The duo dropped high-powered Cyalume glow sticks in a lot of colors into quite a lot of waterfalls in Northern California after which made exposures various from 30 seconds to 7 minutes to capture the submerged trails of light because the sticks moved in the course of the current. Reblogged this on marlingual.
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Motion blur, camera panning, and black and white treatment make this an emotion invoking capture. Our Newsletter Subscribe to Randommization by Email. You can see other long-exposure illumination on the artist's website here. It also mentioned by the artists, those glowing sticks were collected after capture, thus no pollution was made to the water. Green color not only reminds us of spring but also smells so fresh as if it were in the air right now. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Take a good look at these colors!
To avoid polluting the water with plastic and toxic, chemiluminescent goo, the duo made sure to collect the unopened, buoyant sticks at the end of each exposure. Learn how your comment data is processed. For those of you concerned about pollution, the sticks which are buoyant were never opened and were collected at the end of each exposure, thus no toxic goo was mixed into the water. You are commenting using your WordPress. Email Address never made public. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Navy sees shipboard laser weapon coming soon.