The long exposures by Davey J Photography are captivating multicolored captures of exploding fireworks. David Johnson photographed these unique images using an unusual long exposure technique during the annual International Fireworks Show in Ottawa, Canada.
Before taking each photo, he would turn the lens so it would be out of focus, and then as soon as he heard a firework go off, he would refocus the lens. This manipulated the fireworks, transforming them into bizarre shapes and sizes that resemble flowers and sea-life creatures.
David is an amateur photographer from Ottawa who captures experimental, sports, animals, nature, travelling and abstract photos. These beautiful captures are different from any other type of long exposure, and they illuminate the night sky in a stunning and unusual way.
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