Martin O'Neil | Cut Up...

Martin O'Neil Cut Up portraits; could communicate fade/loss; transformation of who you are into who you could be; have the pieces re-gather in an upside down version, maybe a photo of the person younger then who they are now

Long exposure photography! Beauty!

This photo was taken using a slow shutter speed. The photographer has captured the movement of cars on a very busy road quite well using a slow shutter speed/long exposure

Looking for help: Edward blurred his face in this powerful photograph, which is entitled A...

Photographer captures his depression in series of self-portraits

vanished: Ekaterina Grigorieva

These hand Multiple Exposures are so simple , but when they're in black and white they're so beautiful. I thought this would be an incredible way to capture art via movement.

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!

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.

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