Looper Exposed

Looper Exposed

“Exposed” is an ongoing series of photographs I’ve been working on for the past few years, where movies and documentaries are photographed with long exposures to often interesting results. Each image is captured with between a 4-12 second shutter and usually an ND filter to assist. This time up, we have 2012’s Looper – Exposed.

From Wikipedia:

Looper is a 2012 American science fiction action thriller film written and directed by Rian Johnson and starring Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Emily Blunt. In the film, time travel is invented by the year 2074 (although it is immediately outlawed) and is used by criminal organizations to send those they want killed into the past where they are killed by “loopers”, assassins paid with silver bars strapped to their targets. Joe, a looper, encounters himself when his older self is sent back in time to be killed.

 

Prints are available upon request.

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[…] wonderful experimental photograph series from Stuart L. Crawford aka Inbot Design where moving pictures are photographed with a long […]

Christopher Prins

Awesome series mate. A big fan of slowing the shutter speed down and adding a little motion blur.

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