Posts tagged ‘motion’

metallic liquid photography

Spectacular Photography by Fabian Oefner

Fabian Oefner is an art photographer, who often uses scientific phenomena to create his images, being it sound waves, that make color “dance”, flour balloons, that look like cotton blossoms, when they burst or strange materials and liquids. He lives near Zurich, Switzerland where he runs a photo studio.

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dog and it's owner

Really Cool Cinemagraphs

Cinemagraphs are still photographs in which a minor and repeated movement action occurs. They are produced by taking a series of photographs or a video recording, and, using image editing software, compositing the photographs or the video frames into an seamless loop of sequential frames, often using the animated GIF file format in such a …

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two zebras fighting

Animals in Motion

As a big fan of animal photography, this collection made me especially happy. Love watching animals doing their thing … Me, living in the city I barely get a chance to see something like that live … even if I had such opportunity, it’s quite unlikely I’ll be in the right place at the right …

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Body in Motion

Body in Motion

Our life is a bunch of events, and each of them causes emotional response in our bodies. There are times when we want to jump in happiness, scream from anger, or frown from sadness; there are times when we are fast and vigorous to live our lives; and there are moments when we are depressed …

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parkour artwork

Parkour and Freedom of Creation

History – A Short Primer David Belle debatably the founder of Parkour as we know it was inspired by George Hébert’s principles of physical training; the “Natural Method of Physical Culture”, which he developed in the early twentieth century. George Hébert was once a French Navy Officer and his influence was spread throughout the French …

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car photo at high speed - motion blurred

Kinetic Art vs. Graphics: Captured in Motion

The world is a non-stop whirl of motion that, when transferred into art or graphics, quite often has a tendency to stop in mid-air. The addition of movement to a structure turns it into kinetic art. The appearance of movement existing in a still photo or image is referred to as kinetic graphics. With intense, …

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