Thursday, February 1, 2007
lightXposed: The Story
About this Website
lightXposed is a personal gallery of an experimental method of photography called camera tossing. This relatively new method of photography utilizes a set up of a digital camera on a slow shutter mode, various sources and combination of lights in a dark setting, and like the name says, a camera tossed in the air. Learn more about the method of camera tossing in this how-to.
About the Photographer
Jonathan Vo is a student at New Jersey Institute of Technology's Honors College. He is currently studying as a biology BS major, and is enrolled in an accelerated BS/DMD program with New Jersey Dental School. Originally from Sugar Land, Texas, Jonathan has proven to be an accomplished individual. Graduating 5th in class (out of 554) from Hightower High School's Medical Sciences Academy, Jonathan has maintained a pristine academic record. Outside of school, he has studied in several internships at the Texas Medical Center and at private dental offices.
Ever since 2006, Jonathan has begun experimenting with camera tossing. With no previous photography skills, camera tossing was the perfect outlet for his creativity. Throughout the years, Jonathan has developed his camera tossing skills and has gone far enough as to create this very blog, lightXposed. After putting his camera toss photos online, Jonathan has been offered several offers to participate in magazine publications and exhibitions (which can be found here).
Feel free to browse the galleries, and if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, you may contact Jonathan here. A professional resume is available upon request.