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    • Shutter Speed Concepts
    • Edward Muybridge
    • Etienne Jules Marey
    • Natsumi Hayashi - levitating self-portraits
    • Natsumi Hayashi levitating self-portraits http://yowayowacamera.com From Natsumi’s website: How to take "Today's Levitation" - Ask someone to press the shutter release button When I take my levitation farther away from the camera than 10 second distance, I ask someone (mostly my friend) to press the shutter release button. First, I ask my friend to be a stand-in in a proper position to get a composition and a focus. Then I go to the position to levitate, and my friend come to the camera (we switch our position) to press a shutter release button in time with my jumps. - With a self-timer EOS 5D Mk2 has a 10sec. timer as it's longest timer set up. This means that I can get away as far as 10 second distance from the camera after I press the shutter release button. First, I get a composition and a focus manually. Then I press the shutter release, run to the right position for a levitation as checking the camera's blinking red LED counts down 10 seconds and jump by my intuition. In this manner, I need to jump over and over to get the right shot.
    • Natsumi Hayashi - levitating self-portraits
    • Gregory Crewdson - Twilight
    • Student example – inspiration from Crewdson’s work
    • Joel Meyerwitz
    • Tim Parchikov
    • Annie Leibovitz One of today's most influential and admired artists, renowned for her vivid and distinctive style, Annie Leibovitz is an American original and a master of self-promotion. Her portraits of Bruce Springsteen, Jody Foster, Michael Jackson, Miles Davis, Greg Louganis, Mikhail Baryshnikov, John Lennon and more combine a keen eye with a quick wit.
    • Sam Taylor Wood
    • Massimo Cristaldi- Insulae (Negotiating Barriers)
    • Massimo Cristaldi- Insulae (Negotiating Barriers)
    • The Braggaglia Brothers
    • Harold Edgerton He tried to produce a perfect coronet from a single drop of milk falling into liquid. To do this he invented the stroboscope - a device to produce short bursts of light. This allowed him to take split- second pictures of objects in motion which could not be seen by the human eye Some of his photographs had an exposure time of less than 1/10,000 of a second.
    • eadweard muybridge
    • Jonathan Shaw
    • Howard Schatz Underwater series Athlete book www.howard schatz.com
    • Bill Brandt • A Night in London encompassed social events and strata, with staged scenes where necessary.
    • Finlay McKay
    • Anderson and Low
    • Fay Godwin
    • Fay Godwin
    • Joe Cornish
    • Joe Cornish
    • Stephen Shore – uncommon places
    • Scott Bourne
    • Rut Blees Luxemburg • http://www.rutbleesluxemburg.com/
    • Philip Lorca di Corcia