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‘Reverse Light Painting’: Experimental Artist Creates Vibrant, Colorful Light Patterns

“The concept is simple – instead of waving lights around in front of a camera, you wave a camera around in front of lights.” That is how experimental artist and photographer Jeff Frost describes, via Instagram, his technique for creating captivating light patterns in his work.

Frost, who lives in Los Angeles, calls this technique “reverse light painting” and often uses it in his photography as well as in his stop-motion and timelapse videos. Interestingly, Frost describes the process as rather difficult to execute, making his vibrant, fantastic photographs and videos even more intriguing.
 

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A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

A photo posted by Jeff Frost (@frostjeff) on

   
 
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