Light painter Jason D. Page recently got in touch to show us an impressive series three years in the making that he has just completed. It’s called ‘Icons,’ and it features a set of psychedelic light portraits Page calls ‘Light Prints’ that are done entirely in-camera.
On the project’s webpage, Page explains that the series is loosely inspired by Andy Warhol’s work:
While looking at some prints of Mr. Warhol in 2011, I wondered if I could replicate a print making process working with the medium of light instead of ink. I began working on my light print making process in late 2011 and have been developing it ever since. The images in the Icons series are the first “Light Prints” ever created.
Each image looks much like you see it below SOOC (Straight Out of Camera), with the only post-processing applied being a bit of cleaning us such as removing dead pixels and square cropping the final images. “They are painted with handheld light sources and completely created in one single photographic exposure,” explains Page.
“Each Icon has 5 images in the series, each slightly different from one another, each of the images is only printed one time, so every image is a unique work of art. The Icons are printed and framed on a polished sheet of white aluminum ultra gloss material in the size of 45″x45″.”
Here’s a look at a few samples from the series:
To see more of the portraits from the series, or if you’d like to purchase one of the prints Page mentions above, head over to the Icons webpage by clicking here.
Image credits: Light prints by Jason D. Page and used with permission
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