The Magic Of Long Exposure with ‘Trespassing’ Series

Norwegian photographer Ole Brodersen highlights the magic of long exposure. His images show the forces of nature with exquisite light effects. ‘Trespassing’ series is inspired by a quote from Melville’s “Moby Dick”: ‘It is not down on any map; true places never are.’

Brodersen’s imaginary landscapes depict the village of Lyngør and navigate the relationship between man and nature, where objects such as kites, flags or LED lights become integral part of raw spaces.

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