The Light Paintings of Jason D. Page

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, 24 Feb 2010

Jason D. Page’s photos have that type of otherworldly glow that make us want to call, “Photoshop!”


But how wrong we would be.
To achieve this style of photography, Artist Jason D. Page uses extremely slow shutter speeds and a mixed bag of lighting tactics—from household flashlights to chemical concoctions of nitrate and potassium.

Check out his website here to view more of his work.



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