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Dusting, a.k.a. Lightvector Painting

Painting with Lightvectors represents a new medium in visual art. A special kind of PIC that relies on an application of the Wyckoff principle, Dusting entails capturing multiple images of the same scene, each with its own, sharply distinct, lighting conditions. Often, this means highlighting small areas of the scene using a powerful flash. The images are then combined, each with its own colour-weighting, to produce a composite unlike any of the individual images - and often exceeding in dynamic range and resolution, as well as drama, any possible single photograph taken with the same equipment.
Some examples
Microseconds and Years: An exhibition of lightvector paintings at the Olga Korper Gallery