Jennilee Marigomen instagrams beautifully all day.
1. Shooting a Panorama in a Snow Storm (2010)
2. Study for Sun with Face Mirror (2009)
3. Silhouette with Matches (2009)
Mary Temple’s subject is doubt. This, Northwest Corner, Southeast Light, is acrylic on the floor and walls of a room.
Beautiful light installations by Lee Eunyeol.
Intensely atmospheric paper and light scenes by Ania Rogala.
Public Face I is a giant neon smiley face mounted high over Berlin that uses analysis of the faces of people in the street to reflect the mood of the city in real-time. Creator Julius von Bismarck’s current job title is, incredibly, artist-in-residence at CERN.
Yuji Hamada, from the series Nightless and Pulsar.
Mike Sinclair, photographing the fireworks on Independence Day, in Independence, Missouri.
Matthew Houston does not just use ballpoint, but here are some ballpoint sketches he’s done. Plus something else.
Harold Ross shines a light.
For more than 20 years, the fine art photographer Harold Ross has been making images using a technique known as “painting with light,” which involves casting light on and around subjects in the dark during a time exposure. Mr. Ross, who also does commercial and studio photography, prefers to call the process “sculpting with light.” Using a Phase One Back on a Hassleblad for still life photographs and a Cambo Wide RS for landscapes, he spends hours creating his images, which look like oil paintings, rich in color and depth.