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.

This is a great image because of the contrast between the dangling phone and the blurred people in the background.

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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

Magnificent Mirror Symmetry of Long Exposures in Japan - My Modern Metropolis

Magnificent Mirror Symmetry Long Exposures of Nighttime Japan

Magnificent Mirror Symmetry Long Exposures of Nighttime Japan by photographer Shinichi Higashi with his series Graffiti of Speed/Mirror Symmetry - My Modern Metropolis

This images is nice. I like how the artist captured movement.

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moment earthshaking-the shutter speed is slowed making the swings appear in motion and gives off an earthshaking sort of appeal carnival festival fair swing photo

Shutter Speed: A Beginner's Guide...  I've always believed that in photography, you should avoid getting bogged down in the technical side of your hobby, and focus on developing your creative talent. However, there are certain technical elements that are essential to getting a good photo - shutter speed is one of them

motion combo: Shutterspead: 60 (bc the motion is the train in the background it's definitely not frozen) Aperture: (bc the background is not very clear it's blurred, bc it's in motion!

Nir Arieli has an eye for motion, capturing breathtaking snapshots of male dancers as they perform arabesques allongé across ethereal spaces. His series, entitled "Tension," combines the intimacy of portraiture with the artful layering of digital photography, producing dizzying images that pay homage to the beauty of the male form.

Captivating Photos Of Male Dancers In Motion

Nir Arieli is a photographer living in New York. His photographs capture the dynamism of dancers. In the Series Called ‘Tension’, his photographs are made by layering several shots of dancers on top of another, giving the viewer a break down of movement.

Vintage strobe light photographs are a beautiful ‘Anatomy of Motion’.   #Harold Edgerton #Stroboscope #Photography

1954 by Harold Eugene Edgerton Diver Bert West flips backwards in a multiflash shot that lasted less than half a second. West engaged Harold E. Edgerton to assist him in preparing a manual for divers.

These high-speed photographs by Jim Kramer of water droplets (or cream in this case) colliding are amazing. Using stop shot technology to track the path of the water droplets, a flash goes off at the exact point of impact to illuminate the shot. Very cool. Definitely check out his Flickr for hours of browsing fun. (via …

In an amazing display of high-speed photography, Ohio-based photographer Jim Kramer captured spectacular images of water droplets colliding—resulting in a symphony of colors and patterns