Photographers Capture Stunning “Light Echoes” With Laser Aboard Moving Train

by • September 27, 2013 • Art, PhotographyComments (0)1800

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Aaron Koblin & Ben Tricklebank are the creative geniuses behind Light Echoes, a truly gorgeous photography project the duo has created together.  The following is the project’s abstract: “Traces of light are broadcast onto landscapes by a laser aboard a moving train.  In ‘Light Echoes’, we collapse time and space into images which document the historical pulses of data in the form of light reflecting off earth and matter.”  The end results are brilliant, and you can check out some of the photos below, along with the video.  For more from the world of Light Echoes be sure to visit LightEchoes.es.  And if you love this, you absolutely need to check out the work of photographers Croix Gagnon and Frank Schott (CLICK HERE).  Their series entitled 12:31 is one of the most mindblowing uses of photography that I have ever discovered in my entire life.

 

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