Long Exposure Plus Light = Magical Glowing Balls

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Lately it’s really hip to play around with light and long exposure, because admit it: it’s awesome and fun! Now photographer Denis Smith from Australia has taken this kind of photography to a whole new level. What he does is to use long exposure on his camera and a flash light or another kind of light source to create a glowing ball.

It looks like it’s been fixed on Photoshop because the balls are flawless, but you’re wrong if you think any kind of software has been used here. The talented Smith captures them in all kinds of places, whether it’s indoors, outdoors, in the dark, under a bridge, on the street, in the living room, you name it!






They come in all kinds of different colors which gives them a magical glow. We love this kind of art and hope to see more from him soon. While you hope for the same thing you can check out these crazy long exposure light painting photos.

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