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The Light in the Darkness

Photo taken by Luis Rosado, a Floor Supervisor / Lighting Technician of a film equipment rental house. He has been suffering from anxiety and depression for over 30 years, and has been sober for 4 years from an alcohol problem that lasted over 20 years. Photography has always been a wonderful outlet for him to capture and hold on to the brighter moments in his life.

About this photo: “My submission is called “The Light in the Darkness” and it was taken by me on my Samsung Galaxy III S and the photo was tweaked using Adobe Photoshop. The image is actually a piece of lighting equipment that I combined with a circular LED pad which I then colored and oversaturated.”

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7 comments on “The Light in the Darkness

  1. compostingwords
    November 18, 2012

    Stunning. You achieved just the right colors.

    Like

  2. jackiebelle
    November 18, 2012

    I love the intense colors, this looks like a painting. CONGRATULATIONS on 4 years of sobriety.

    Like

  3. Emily
    November 19, 2012

    I love this!

    Like

  4. autisticaplanet
    November 19, 2012

    Congratulations with all the progress you have made. This shot is very artful, fun!

    Like

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