Photographer Joanna Jaskolska Captures Edgy Photo Series of Breakdance Light Painting

Photographer Joanna Jaskolska Captures Edgy Photo Series of Breakdance Light Painting

Dancing is all about movement, and often photography is all about capturing that movement in a very precise way. Polish photographer Joanna Jaskolaska was up to the challenge, recently creating a series where she uses break dancers and light painting to create some incredible images. Don't be fooled, though, none of these photographs have any photo manipulation. They simply use a wide angle lens, a slow exposure, and lights resembling mini light sabers to create something extraordinary.

Among Jaskolaska's other works are wedding photography, portraits, and some candid shots of her personal life, all using light painting. She's got a vast array of work, favoring the wide angle lens with a pinch of high contrast. We're excited to see what else this young photographer has into store for us in the near future. 

[via Fubiz]

Stay Connected with
Complex Art+design
Tags: joanna-jaskolaska, photo-series, breakdance-light-painting
blog comments powered by Disqus