Movement. I guess there there are some ways of representing it. The first thing that pops in mind is blur. Movement generates blur. Funny that this is a photographic phenomenon. It doesn’t happen in the real world. Even so we always remember blur. How would the old represent movement? That’s an interesting question. I think that even more than blur theย suspensionย of time photography allows can be the best instrument to show movement. A body falling from a building can be really crisp with no blur at all and yet the impression of speed will be enormous. A giant wave fills the same. Here is a much simpler example. A party and the movement people do when they are having fun. This shot is actually a frame of a music video i did last year. It depicts a party with a lot of thing going on…lots of movement…

 

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