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The Fall of The Damned by Peter Paul Rubens, 1625, Alte Pinakothek Munich Germany MOVEMENT IN ART Before the invention of the camera, it was difficult to show movement in a painting. The great Baroque Flemish Painter, Peter Paul Rubens, conveys motion through this avalanche of bodies tumbling into the abyss of Hell. However, the impression is more in ‘your mind’ than in your eye. The picture itself is a snapshot of frozen motion, not an actual depiction of movements.
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Showing MOTION in a STILL IMAGE There are 3 main ways to show ‘motion’. 1. Have ‘blur’ in an image to indicate speed 2. Use a sequencing effect to show a change in each image, making up the set. 3. Make a ‘collage’, using different angles, or images taken at different times, all put together in an interesting way to indicate a passage of time or movement. 1. 2. 3.
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Edwin Shabazian Motion Blur Can be applied using filters in Photoshop Slow Shutter speed on you camera Slow shutter speed AND pan in the direction of the moving vehicle Camera movement
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Eadweard Muybridge:  Photographer Figure Hopping , series of photographs by Eadweard Muybridge, 1887; in  the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, New  York City. The series depicts a sequence of eight stages of movement,  simultaneously photographed by multiple cameras at three different  positions. Courtesy of the Cooper—Hewitt Museum of Decorative Arts and  Design, Smithsonian Institution 1830-1904 English photographer, known for his early use of mulitiple cameras to capture motion and his zoopraxiscope , a device for projecting images in sequence to give the sense of motion - a precursor of the celluloid film strip. zoetrope
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