Japanese photographer Tsuneaki Hiramatsu took these slow shutter and multi-exposure composites of fireflies in Japan during the mating season (end of May through July) when they come out in large numbers and blink their lights to find a mate. It is a natural light made from a chemical reaction in the insects abdomen.

He used a Nikon D800 to capture these beautiful and surreal photographs. To see more of his work look at the Digital Photo Blog, or his portfolio.


The theme of our weekly photo contest this week is natural light! To see more about it go here: https://www.focuscamera.com/blog/april-8th-april-15th-the-theme-of-the-week-is-natural-light/



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