Much of my recent work has been an ongoing exploration of the natural patterns of geometry. Using a long exposure and various home built rigs, I photograph small colored LED’s as they spin on controlled axes. Repeated circular orbits overlap to give a three-dimensional appearance to the pattern, which can be further manipulated by altering the speed and direction of the spin. All the shots are a single, in-camera exposure, with no photoshop or post production retouching.—Andrew Hall
Andrew Hall is a Los Angeles-based photographer. Most recently, photographs from his Orb series were used by New Scientist magazine to illustrate and article on atomic physics.