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Shutter speed

  1. 1. Shutter Speed Concepts
  2. 2. Edward Muybridge
  3. 3. Etienne Jules Marey
  4. 4. Natsumi Hayashi - levitating self-portraits
  5. 5. Natsumi Hayashi levitating self-portraits 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.
  6. 6. Natsumi Hayashi - levitating self-portraits
  7. 7. Gregory Crewdson - Twilight
  8. 8. Student example – inspiration from Crewdson’s work
  9. 9. Joel Meyerwitz
  10. 10. Tim Parchikov
  11. 11. 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.
  12. 12. Sam Taylor Wood
  13. 13. Massimo Cristaldi- Insulae (Negotiating Barriers)
  14. 14. Massimo Cristaldi- Insulae (Negotiating Barriers)
  15. 15. The Braggaglia Brothers
  16. 16. 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.
  17. 17. eadweard muybridge
  18. 18. Jonathan Shaw
  19. 19. Howard Schatz Underwater series Athlete book www.howard
  20. 20. Bill Brandt • A Night in London encompassed social events and strata, with staged scenes where necessary.
  21. 21. Finlay McKay
  22. 22. Anderson and Low
  23. 23. Fay Godwin
  24. 24. Fay Godwin
  25. 25. Joe Cornish
  26. 26. Joe Cornish
  27. 27. Stephen Shore – uncommon places
  28. 28. Scott Bourne
  29. 29. Rut Blees Luxemburg •
  30. 30. Philip Lorca di Corcia