It would be easy for a person to dismiss the work of Jeremy Jackson as Photoshop creations. Yet that is not the case at all. The only editing that takes place is rotating and cropping the images, if that. Instead, each of Jeremy Jackson's visual works of art were created with light and the long exposure of a camera. This is utterly impressive considering how intricate each light painting is.
Based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Jeremy Jackson (also known as Tacky) has been creating such breathtaking kaleidoscopic scenes since late 2008. He states, "The techniques are endless. The world is your canvas. Anything you can imagine can be painted a million different ways."
Kaleidoscopic Light Paintings
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Illuminated Painting Recreations
Neon Illuminating Installations
Symmetrical Light Paintings
Sustainably Illuminated Art
Surreal Skeletal Captures