Cooperative of Photography


Dripping Light From Trees

04.01.2016

Photo: Vitor Schietti

The following series entitled ‘Impermanent Sculptures’ was shot by Brazilian photographer, Vitor Schietti. The photographer uses fireworks to create the illusion of light dripping from trees in his long exposure shots. According to Schietti, each shot took approximately 30-50 minutes, and he needed to use ND filters to avoid overexposure. Enjoy the sparkling landscapes…

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Written by Matthew Rycroft


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