Light as Paint

This image is another long exposure with a small aperture and low ISO, taken on an earlier walk down University Avenue and The Corner. Here instead of individual lines, the light blurs, smears, and blends into itself to make rich colors and textures, that are reminicent of oil paintings with a pallette knife. The image is divided visually into large units of color and texture, with most being predominantly cool setting an imbanlance with the warm amber on the bottom right.

Negative space is another theme that this image plays with, as the black negative space is usually created from an abscense of anything; but here the light fills the space so much it turns white and comes full circle back into negative space.
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