Dancer in Motion: Each photograph is a composed capture of 10,000 images of a brief instant of one dancer in the nude. Japanese photographer, Shinichi Maruyama, teamed up with choreographer, Jessica Lang, to create photos that encapsulate every granular moment of a nude dancer’s motion.
Behold the Pixelstick, a cool new device for creating long-exposure light paintings. It takes any digital image and displays it on an array of LEDs that you can then photography with your camera. Watch it in motion the link: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/10/light-painting-evolved-introducing-the-pixel-stick/
Motion Silhouette is an interactive Japanese children’s book by Megumi Kajiwara and Tathuhiko Nijima that includes pop-up silhouettes in-between pages. As a light source is directed toward either side, a different moving image is projected on the page to help tell the story. Fun! Motion Silhouette is a sequel to an earlier book by the duo titled, simply, Silhouette. The books are made to order by hand (for about $60), and you can inquire through their website.
Michael Penn - Philadelphia 471 In this photo the aperture was low to create a depth of field. It has a bokah effect where the background is blury, creating a sharp, focused effect on the phone. The shutter speed I imagine was on a low setting, capturing the movement in the background therefore inhancing the stillness and mystery of the abandoned phone.
How to freeze action when taking high speed photos of subjects such as people in motion, water splashes, or items smashing. Written by Discover Digital Photography January 11th, 2015. http://www.discoverdigitalphotography.com/2015/high-speed-photography-how-to/