The Light Paintings of Jason D Page

Jason D. Page Dragonflies 4

Jason Page creates ethereal scenes using long exposures and light painting with tools. But the extra kicker for Jason though is that he doesn’t do any post-production and instead tries to get it all done in the camera despite claims that he does the work in Photoshop from those otherwise not informed.. Funny enough, he first got into the technique after accidentally bumping his camera while photographing the moon and seeing a streak go across the frame. And at the moment, he currently runs the Light Painting Photography website.

A short documentary was released on him today, but in all honesty we instead highly recommend that you look at his images. A bunch of his premiere selections are after the jump.











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