I'm Officially a Fan of 'Light Art Performance Photography'
Apr 17, 2009 18:41
At first, I misread the phenomenon as LARPing , the pastime for aspiring night elf mohawks. Now I've realized the acronym reads "LAPP."
These photographs were captured through what at least one group of awesome Germans are calling Light Art Performance Photography. Practically, all that means is long exposure photography capable of transforming a dot of light into a solid string when moved. The performance aspect is, presumably, that these photos are acted out in one continuous shot.
We've seen the same photographic phenomenon in Sprint commercials, or even in the recent Light Writer iPhone app. But the work we see here is exceptional—a stunning artistic statement with a remarkably analog sensibility. You can see lots more by following the link below.[LARP via Gearfuse]
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