Kinetic Photography Challenge
- Posted Sept. 2, 2011 by Ricardo in No Category. Viewed 3983 times
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Kinetic photography is an experimental photographic technique in which the photographer uses movement resulting from physics to create an image. This typically involves the artist not directly holding the camera, but allowing the camera to react to forces applied to it in order to make a photograph. This can include, but is not limited to; holding and shaking the wrist strap of the camera while taking a picture, dropping the camera off of objects while taking a picture, throwing or spinning the camera up in the air while taking a picture (called a camera toss), or rigorously moving the camera while taking a picture, etc. As the photographer has surrendered control over the camera to physical forces, this technique tends to produce abstract, random or blurred-motion photographs.
I didn't break my camera, even though I threw it LOL kiddin'
Please visit Marjorie to see her attempt , please click: here [photoblog.com]
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