Light artist Michael Bosanko has a very unique way of creating amazing pieces using light torches. Here's the process in his own words, "In real time, I leave the camera's exposure open," he said. "While the camera is exposing for up an hour, I step into the scene and move light sources in a way that is captured on the camera's sensor. In real time, the casual viewer will only see me moving lights about in what seems a random fashion. All the while the camera's sensor is picking up the trails of light, and recording real time in one still image." In his recent project he used colored torches to copy masterpieces from artists throughout history. Check them out!