Long Exposures of Sleeping Couples Are Trippy and Hauntingly Beautiful


Paul Schneggenburger has recently released a series of very beautiful photos that he shot of sleeping couples. Paul kept his lens wide open for six hours with no illumination besides candlelight while fully documenting the way that the couples turned and tussled throughout the night. The project is called, “The Sleep of the Beloved.” The images are currently part of the Anzenberger gallery and are totally worth a look.

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Via Resource Magazine



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