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Waterfalls Transformed Into Streams Of Neon Light

Waterfalls Transformed Into Streams Of Neon Light
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Multimedia artists take long-exposure photos of glow sticks going over the edge of various gorges.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 16 april 2013

San Francisco multimedia group From the Lenz adds a little funk vibe to waterfall photography by using long exposure and Cyalume glow sticks in different colors to create a series of mesmerizing images.

The series, called Neon Luminance, features several images of bright neon waterfalls and streams. The creators of the series, Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard, took the photographs in several waterfalls in Northern California. They dropped glow sticks into the waterfalls and made exposures that took from 30 seconds to seven minutes. In some of the other shots, they strung glow sticks together to create different light patterns.

The glow sticks remained unopened all throughout the process and were collected at the end of each session, so there was no danger to the environment when these images were captured.

View more images at their website.

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