New York Neon
from the Digital New York Series

by Brad S. Wise

"Many worlds, once hidden, emerge for the photographer at night, revealing spaces where electricity subsumes conscious perceptions and shadows takes the shapes of phantoms and floating, lost emotions.

"Traditional night photography demands a stationary lens and long exposure, where existing (or painted) light must burn itself into the chemical emulsion. But the advent of the digital camera has freed the night from the tri-pod, allowing for instant hand-held epiphanies in electric saturated colors."

- Brad Wise

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This exhibit presented here is part of "Digital New York," an ongoing series of digital photography developed for the Digital Room, the experimental Web project of the Fotografisk Center, Denmark's premiere exhibitor of fine-art photography.

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