This piece shows MOVEMENT. By movement I mean action as in something or in this case, the people with the umbrellas are actually moving. You can also tell movement by the way this picture is blurred

Blurred umbrellas on a city street. Amazing and effective use of a slow shutter speed! It's an awesome artistic way to convey busy city life.

Lost in movement. by Moeys Photography, by Moeys Photography.

In this image, the blur of people moving around in the crowd makes it look interesting, but it is also focusing on particular people who are standing, walking, moving in what looks like a busy area. A slow shutter speed is used in this image.

An editorial story on the subject of human movement

An editorial story on the subject of human movement

Conception and Photography : Ben Sandler Stylist : Ines Fendri Hair : Jonathan Dadoun Make-up : Sess Boudebesse Post-Production : Elodie @ PIXUS Publication : Blast Magazine

Random Inspiration 65 | Architecture, Cars, Girls, Style & Gear

Random Inspiration 65

light capturing movement in its purest form. by olafur eliasson.  Perhaps something that would light up like a light sculpture at night but represent something figurative during the day, something enveloping or something like an oak leaf

light capturing movement in its purest form. by olafur eliasson. Perhaps something that would light up like a light sculpture at night but represent something figurative during the day, something enveloping or something like an oak leaf

I thought dragging your hand down the scanner to have it keep capturing it was a really cool idea.

scanner photography, time based, tracking of movement as scanner moves across flatbed

Fast shutter speed photo of a lighter.

More Stunning Photography Inspiration

It seems to be on a whim, but Jared pulls out a lighter. He holds a Lunar Government flag in front of him. He strikes the lighter and a bright flame blossoms from it. He holds the flame to the flag. It crumbles to black dust in his hand.

Barry YANOWITZ :: New York drivers :: lanes? we don't need no stinkin' lanes. light trail spaghetti. | Meat Packing District, NY, 2010

line, color, emphasis Barry YANOWITZ :: New York drivers :: lanes? we don't need no stinkin' lanes.


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car lights

Bangkok Traffic by mark burban (snapmole) © . now this one you got to love, fantastic colorful long exposure light trails .

“Time” – Photo-Collage Project by John Clang (8 Pictures)

Love, love, love this. Time by John Clang The series involves recording a location, to show the passing of time in a montage style.

Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath.

Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath. Note: Transformation in time peeling off effect layering the same face but in different time.

John Clang (Singapur, 1973). Un capo.

© John Clang, ‘Time’ series ( Wall Street, Chinatown) For his project, photographer John Clang shot various locations multiple times from the same perspective, and then ripped and wove.

The people become the moving energy flowing through this space, marking the changes, forming the time.

John Clang

Clang, Time (Wall Street) - A series that involves recording a location, to show the passing of time in a montage style.

David Oliver prepares to start in the men's 110 meter hurdles qualifying round at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials Friday, June 29, 2012, in Eugene, Ore. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

David Oliver prepares to start in the men's 110 meter hurdles qualifying round at the U. Olympic Track and Field Trials Friday, June in Eugene, Ore. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) REALLY awesome picture for Track & Field

Leuk zelfportret als inspiratie voor mijn eigen

Hopenhagen Portraits Spliced

Resting the camera on the dashboard of the car to keep it relatively stable would be a good approach. Then it's just the car's movement and the cars outside that will create the blur and not camera shake. This will have to be experimental as far as shutter speeds and exposure are concerned. Obviously night time would work best if I am going to record light streaks. The camera pointing at back seat and kids with blur outside?

Then it's just the car's movement and the cars outside that will create the blur and not camera shake. Obviously night time would work best to record light streaks.

Lost in movement. by Moeys Photography, via Flickr

In this image, the blur of people moving around in the crowd makes it look interesting, but it is also focusing on particular people who are standing, walking, moving in what looks like a busy area. A slow shutter speed is used in this image.

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