Waterfalls. TLC warned us not to chase them (Rest in peace Left Eye) and now From The Lenz media shows us that there are more cool things to do with waterfalls than trying to go down them in a barrel. Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard of the San Francisco-based multi-media team had a clever idea to take long exposure shots of glow sticks traveling down a waterfall in Northern California. Aside from the light of high-intensity glow sticks by Cyalume, the landscapes were lit by road flares, head lamps, and the moon. The result was these stunning neon streams of flowing light trails that they appropriately named Neon Luminance.[see_also]
According to Petapixel, Lenz and Abilgaard caught the glow sticks’ motion using 30 second to 7 minute exposures, using different colored sticks and bundling groups of sticks together for varying effects. You can see the pics in higher resolution on From The Lenz. You can also follow the group on Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter.
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