2D or not 2D? For photographers today, that is the question.
The mixed-media photographer talks Einstein, virtual realities, and the artistic beauty of making mistakes.
Greenpeace photographer Greg McNevin uses a light-painting technique to visualize lasting radiation levels.
Photographer T-Mo Bauer turns the fleeting moment of an explosion into surreal light paintings.
Photographer Paul Hollingworth turns a reflective skull into a electroluminescent mask.
Epicenter Projects taps media artist Robert Seidel for a series of long-exposure laser experiments in the desert.
It's the rise of the light painting machines in Ekaggrat Singh Kalsi's new long-exposure light art.
Photographer Calder Wilson paints the sky with a sparking drone in his new light art experiments.
The photographer's stunning panoramas are on view now at New York's Julie Saul Gallery.
They might look like laser beams, but they're actually the twisting pathways of boat paddles.
Tim Gamble's swirling light art is all created in-camera, or, as he calls it, "straight out of the box."
...Well, at least a light painting replica of one. Don't try this on any real ghosts.