Photographer Captures the Movement of Musicians Through Light Painting

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The art of rubbing a bow across strings to create music is all the more mesmerising when you add a carefully placed LED and a long exposure camera into the equation. Stephen Orlando captures these unbelievable photographs doing just that, and the results are incredible.

The Ontario-based artist was inspired by the lighting painter Gjon Mili, who also experimented with violins in 1952. See more of Orlando's light work on his Instagram and Facebook.

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