Unbelievable Ornaments in Long Exposure Photographs by Ian Hobson
Last week we had a collection of the most fascinating long exposure photographs made by using the burning steel wool technique (Check article here). Seeing how you loved those photographs, it would be a crime not to present you Ian Hobson and his unbelievably huge portfolio of ornamental long exposure photographs from the “Painting with light” series.
Ian Hobsons is UK-based photographer exploring art for more than 2 decades and working mainly with a medium of long exposure photography. It is not surprising that this artist has a background in science and often incorporates aspects of this into his works.
All long exposure photographs made by Ian Hobson are taken straight from the camera and have never been digitally manipulated. Ian adds, “Rarely, tones or contrast are modified during RAW conversion, but the images produced are ‘straight out of camera’ (SOOC). Thus the vast majority appear as they would if shot on photographic film, but with the instant results of digital photography conferring the benefits of being able to apply a fast recursive process of reviewing, amending and repeating until the desired effect is achieved.”
What a mind-blowing play with a light, time and space!
All credits of the photographs belong to Ian Hobson. Visit his website for more great long exposure photographs.