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Magnificent Mirror Symmetry Long Exposures of Nighttime 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

Photographier au stroboscope - VirusPhoto, apprendre la photo ensemble

In this photograph, blurred outlines and fast shapes are represented. The cards are stopped in air as if frozen in time. This photo captures the movement that was happening in real life when this shot was taken

Long-exposure shots show cities in motion on the train to Tokyo.

Long-exposure shots show cities in motion on the train to Tokyo - Great example of motion photography!

"There is a difference between watching life pass you by and watching it pass by on a swing" - Audra Lancaster

19 Quintessential Summer Photos

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

An open letter to anybody wanting to take better photographs today (video)

Trick Photography And Special Effects Book

If you want to know how to take great photos check out my new ebook about photography and special effects: [link] high speed water splash photography fist punch

I came across some delightful sculptures from artist Ryan Johnson that got me pretty excited. I'm very interested by these playful characters, full of dignified humor despite an almost laughably pathetic appearance. These guys remind me a little bit of Ed Kienholz's work too, which is

Ryan Johnson

Pedestrian Sculpture by Ryan Johnson The pedestrian crossing the street looks really cool because it looks like they took a photo. It looks like they took the photo because it looks blurry. This sculpture looks real.

Using slow-motion photography would be interesting technique. It shows how much we actually don't see in our everyday lives, because it goes by too fast. - Emily

High Speed Photography is getting very popular day by day. High speed photography produces awesome results because of a relatively faster shutter speed.

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