Philadelphia 471 by Michael Penn Street Photography

Philadelphia 471 by Michael Penn Street Photography - This is a great image because of the contrast between the dangling phone and the blurred people in the background. It seems ironic that the phone is still and not swinging while the rest of the image i

Wings by Alesja Popova. | movement | dance | freedom | ballet | angel | dancer | bw | long exposure

Wings by Alesja Popova

Dancing is power. Dancing is prayer. Some say that all is dance. Now there's a big dance coming, a dance to heal the earth. You are part of the dance of life and the healing of Mother Earth. Many blessings ~ Cherokee Billie

Baiser Passage Versailles, by Robert Doisneau (1950) - I love the sense of movement

Catch movement from other objects passing the couple by as they stay stationary, wrapped in their own moment Robert Doisneau - Baiser Passage Versailles, Paris, 1950

Paul Schneggenburger - "The Sleep of the Beloved" - Photographic time lapse of couples in bed, sleeping, over the course of six hours lit with a candle alone. S)

Communicates with time based because it shows a movement over a period of time- Paul Schneggenburger - "The Sleep of the Beloved" - Photographic time lapse of couples in bed, sleeping, over the course of six hours lit with a candle alone.

Photgraphy by Bobby Neel Adams. "AgeMaps" Spliced pictures of the same person when they are young and old

contrast, Photgraphy by Bobby Neel Adams. "AgeMaps" Spliced pictures of the same person when they are young and old

Time lapse

"Smeared skies, Lake Ontario, Canada" It’s one of a series by photographer Matt Molloy. His “timestack” technique uses timelapse video footage to create a single still where the clouds look like brushstrokes.

A large scale project working with principles from Eadweard Muybridge

I like this photo because Eadweard Muybridge was able to use motion in a unique standard, having the same subject in different positions gives the illusion that she's moving throughout the photo

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