Saturday, 8 September 2012

LV21: 35mm Long Exposure Photography

As an added bonus, aside from the video and pictures I took myself, I asked Phil Gomm to have a go at taking some of his rather excellent long-exposure photography of the projections aboard LV21. Some of the results are really effective and quite frankly, it's nice to get a different view of the project after having looked at the same pictures and footage over and over for three weeks now. I love the way it appears as if some kind of spectral presence is emerging and solidifying from the light. Thanks, Phil!









4 comments:

tutorphil said...

phew - pleased you're pleased; what I like about these images is simply the amazing spread of diffuse colour on all the other non-projected surfaces - like what you see on the surface of spilled petrol or oil. Well done on completing your Masters, Tom - a massive accomplishment - especially in regard to just how independent and focused you have to be in the absence of lots of classmates doing similar things. I hope you're relaxing in the sunshine now and not reading this comment :)

Tom Beg said...

Sort of... :-)

J.J. *Jolanta Jasiulionyte* said...

thick colours! :]

Tom Beg said...

:-)