OSCON 2016 Light Painting Portraits thanks to Microsoft

Taken at OSCON 2016 in Austin at the Open at Microsoft booth by Julian Cash of http://AuroraLightPortraits.com . All photos are light painted. It's all real in camera photography just moving around lights. :-) To see the facebook images, go to http://bit.ly/fb_OSCON_2016

Photos by Julian Cash - http://AuroraLightPortraits.com
Video work by David Watson - http://www.animascreative.com
Firefly Garden song by Merry Ellen Kirk - http://www.merryellenkirk.com
Thanks to Microsoft for making these photos possible - http://www.microsoft.com/opensource

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