Stylized Abstract Light Photos of Rochon

From the amazingly stylized and visually complex results of Patrick Rochon’s work one would never guess that he does nothing to tweak negative or prints after a single exposure is finished. So how does he achieve such depth and variety? Quite simply he opens the lens and lets the shot go on as long as it takes – from 5 seconds to 30 minutes – and captures everything that happens in between, illuminating his subjects in a vast variety of ways while the camera dutifully records the process. (Source)