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Skin Flicker by photographer Bela Borsodi (NSFW)

Bela Borsodi skin flickr s magazine

Bela Borsodi was born in Vienna 1966. After studying graphic design and fine art he started to work as a photographer. In 1992 Borsodi moved to New York and in 1999 he focused on still life photography, which is still the main direction of his work. Borsodi lives and works in New York. This series, Skin Flicker, was shot for S Magazine.

Bela Borsodi skin flickr s magazine

Bela Borsodi skin flickr s magazine

Bela Borsodi skin flickr s magazine

Bela Borsodi skin flickr s magazine

Bela Borsodi skin flickr s magazine

Bela Borsodi skin flickr s magazine

Bela Borsodi skin flickr s magazine

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  • http://nigelfearon.ca Nigel Fearon

    Very cool concept – almost otherworldly. I’d love to hear some background info on how that affect was achieved. Long exposures in the dark with a laser pointer? Beautiful work.

  • Jim

    Did he light paint with a laser? Unfortunately he doesn’t discuss his technique here or on his website.

  • http://www.garethiwanjones.com Gareth Iwan Jones

    I agree with Nigel, it looks like a laser pointer on a long exposure. Very impressive!

  • http://nadgob.tumblr.com Mesesan

    @who asks: he used a laser pointer. Saw the same technique in Peter Eckert’s photos – only another message – of course. http://vimeo.com/14179548