The work by self-taught photographer Andy Hemingway shows that innovative photography it's still possible without the help of a photo-editing software. His first series consisted of light painting effects, which was a blue light taking over an empty parking lot. Similar to the first work, his second installment titled Light Painting II is based on the same concept and technique, only that this time it consists of a red light spinning around a skatepark.
Hemingway uses light and long shutter speeds to add a beautiful silhouette of colors to his photographs. Located at the EZ7 Skatepark, the striking series features a skateboarder and rollerblader surrounded by a vivid red ribbon. The light creates a mysterious and mesmerizing effect, making these images intriguing and fun to watch, and the best part is that they weren't Photoshopped.
The work by Andy Hemingway shows that photography is a vast field where imagination is the only software needed to achieve cool effects.
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