David Gilliver's light paintings are truly a treat for the eyes as it appears virtual reality graphics have somehow become a part of our realities.
Gilliver creates these light paintings through use of long-exposure cameras and special light tools to mold his lights into ribbon and spherical shapes and the end result resembles something you'd see straight from the Tron movies. It's really quite spectacular seeing an eerie blue ocean wave made of light taking over a landscape of German built WWII bunkers or seeing an enigmatic sphere of light seemingly exist in the middle of castle grounds. The rainbow light-colored walkways and canon light explosions will dazzle your eyes and have you wishing the effects could be achieved in real-life as opposed to just in this exciting collection of photography.
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