Light Columns are a new series of my photo art collages. They were all created through a process of photographing lights at night with a small digital camera. I move the camera very fast as I take the picture. As a result, the image streaks the light into many different shapes. Those images are then placed into a computer where they are usually cut into sections, doubled, and placed back together to form different symmetrical light structures.
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