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ARTIST RESEARCH &
INSPIRATION.
Kate Burton.

Slow Shutter Speeds.
MOHAMMED AL-NASER:
I chose to look at this artists work
because he uses slow shutter
speeds in an interesting way.
Instead...
MOHAMMED AL-NASER:
I think the artist evokes a sense of
space and calm again through
the use of a slow shutter speed
durin...
MOHAMMED
AL-NASER:
I believe the artist evokes a feeling of
space and peace through the use of
the colours and the evidenc...
TOBY KELLER:
Here, I think the photographer
creates a eerie, yet beautiful
atmosphere through the use
of the time of day t...
TOBY KELLER:
Here, I think the photographer
creates a eerie, yet beautiful
atmosphere through the use of
the time of day t...
SARA HEINRICHS:
I feel that the artist has used
the lights in this image in
quite a diverse way, so much
that not only is ...
SARA HEINRICHS:
I believe the artist creates a
sense of nostalgia with
these images as the scene
will always stay the same...
ANDREW STAWARZ:
I think the artist evokes a
feeling of cosmic
atmosphere of delicacy.
The bold use of light
creates an ove...
MYSTERY GUITAR MAN:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZlTEJcYcXM&list=SP809BF507C70E556F

Here is an artist from You
Tube w...
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Artist Research & Inspiration - Slow Shutter Speeds

  1. 1. ARTIST RESEARCH & INSPIRATION. Kate Burton. Slow Shutter Speeds.
  2. 2. MOHAMMED AL-NASER: I chose to look at this artists work because he uses slow shutter speeds in an interesting way. Instead of trying to capture any purposeful movement, the photo has smoothed out the sea and sky as they moved more subtly. The main theme trying to be addressed in these pieces is the calm that is shown through a large passing of time. The clarity in the segments of the image that never moved creates a deep contrast with the rest of the photograph and give the effect of remaining constant. The colours strike me as exaggerated, helping to express the atmosphere of speciousness and abstract.
  3. 3. MOHAMMED AL-NASER: I think the artist evokes a sense of space and calm again through the use of a slow shutter speed during either a sun rise or a sun set. In this image the photographer has moved closer to the bridge than he was before, but still has the rocks of the shore in the far right. It’s most likely that the saturation has been altered in these photos for the sea and the sky, allowing it to maintain the sense of surrealism. I feel this photograph is better than the first, as moving closer to the bridge has allowed it to seem more in focus
  4. 4. MOHAMMED AL-NASER: I believe the artist evokes a feeling of space and peace through the use of the colours and the evidence of time passing by. The bright use of the star light creates an extreme sense of tranquillity. I’m inspired by the artists use of lines which capture how long has passed and the effort that went into this photo. I also feel that the inclusion of the silhouette of the truck helps to put into perspective what this image captures.
  5. 5. TOBY KELLER: Here, I think the photographer creates a eerie, yet beautiful atmosphere through the use of the time of day these were taken as the sun is low – making the background colours quite effective . This is especially when in contrast to the light drawing that have been made through a slow shutter speed.
  6. 6. TOBY KELLER: Here, I think the photographer creates a eerie, yet beautiful atmosphere through the use of the time of day these were taken as the sun is low – making the background colours quite effective . This is especially when in contrast to the light drawing that have been made through a slow shutter speed.
  7. 7. SARA HEINRICHS: I feel that the artist has used the lights in this image in quite a diverse way, so much that not only is the attention on the fairground ride and the way it has been captured at a slow shutter speed, but the people and how they are brightly lit, as though they add to the joyful environment.
  8. 8. SARA HEINRICHS: I believe the artist creates a sense of nostalgia with these images as the scene will always stay the same but the silhouettes of the people are faded as though their time wouldn’t last very long in comparison. I also feel as though the bright colours of the sunset background clash with the shaded outlines of the people to evoke an experience of fleeting existence.
  9. 9. ANDREW STAWARZ: I think the artist evokes a feeling of cosmic atmosphere of delicacy. The bold use of light creates an overwhelming sense of calm. I am impressed by the way the artist managed to capture the stars in such a way with a regular apartment building and trees in the foreground, yet not in the entre of the viewers attention. Doing this really helps to show the contrasts that can be seen throughout every day because of a matter of distance.
  10. 10. MYSTERY GUITAR MAN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZlTEJcYcXM&list=SP809BF507C70E556F Here is an artist from You Tube who created a stop motion using slow shutter speeds to create images through light drawing. To do this he had multicoloured lights attached to a music stand on wheels that would roll past every shot before he proceeded to write out the notes with a small torch. I find it impressive that such things can be created, though it took probably hours and a few hundred photographs to make a forty second video.

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