Over the past two weeks, I’ve spent untold hours searching photos for some “mood boards” I’m assembling at work. Along the way I’ve happened on a few that don’t fit my company’s corporate standards—but which deserve to be seen nonetheless.
Among those discoveries was the work of Twin Cities Brightest. Here’s how he describes his work:
It’s called “light art performance photography.” All images are straight from the camera, no computer manipulation at all. Not even cropping or adjusting. Enjoy!
Here are a few of his images:
I can’t quite wrap my head around how he keeps track of what he’s “painted,” and where. He must be like Mozart, I guess, who walked around with entire symphonies rattling around in his brain.
I’ll be back tomorrow with some stunning examples of photo mosaics. ‘Til then …