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Ken Lee is a West Coast-based photographer who specializes in night photography. He incorporates “light painting”—illuminating the scene with handheld light—during the long exposure, choosing what to highlight and what to keep in shadow while the camera shutter is open. He loves the active, creative process, and finds that he gets to slow down and connect to the environment, often while exploring abandoned sites. His unusual, sometimes haunting night images have appeared in National Geographic books, Omni Magazine, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine, and many other publications.

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Route 66 Abandoned: Under A Western Moon


Abandoned Southern California: The Slowing of Time


Abandoned Planes, Trains, and Automobiles: California Revealed