This is one of those magical collections that seems too good to be real. Atton Conrad, a professional fashion photographer, has used nothing but light fixtures to create and capture these unbelievable dresses.
Light Graffiti is a tricky photographic technique. It involves a long exposure, a dark environment and a torch, laser or light fixture to paint streams of light into the photo. Anyone who’s tried the technique will no doubt appreciate the complexity and elegance of Atton’s shapes.
Atton does acknowledge the power of CGI, but attests that these dresses are made entirely of light. ”I love technology,” Conrad said. “I have used photoshop for over a decade, but there is a certain quality I want to create that is unobtainable by the usual route alone.”
You can find more of Atton’s fashion and light photography on his website. Otherwise, enjoy!
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