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Unique Mild Light Capture Across Evening Skies

American photographer Kevin Cooley makes fascinating moments in which surprising light resources are intentionally placed against the darkness of night. Just lately, we experienced his Take Sanctuary sequence, a selection of pictures that highlight one smooth lighting set in a wide range of snowy scenery. We liked it so much that we made the decision to create about another of his fascinating tasks, eligible Lighting Advantage. Just like much of his work, this particular sequence features a powerful comparison between the natural world and a produced one. He uses flares in distant areas to catch one individual ability of light across the weather.

The individual, radiant supports make a surreal experience for the audience. We wonder: Is it a indication of distress? A lively show of one individual firework? Is light coming or going? Cooley's arrangements task us to make a story that describes the confusing existence of this ascending and descending light.

Regardless of what we decide for ourselves, the truth is that each light started by Cooley is an deliberate involvement. Through his activities, he uses a man made product to straight oppose the fascinating, strange beauty of characteristics. Cooley says :
 "I am interested in our collective obsession with conquering, overpowering, and controlling nature, yet there is still both a longing and a fear towards nature. We are constantly reminded that despite our best efforts, it is nature that is ultimately in control."

Keven Cooley Photo

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