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به این حالت که یه جسم در حرکت از دوربین جلو می افته و تصویر محو می شه می گن در اصطلاح تصویری می گن موشن بلور!
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Unlike freeze-frame photography that captures a tiny cross-section of a moment, time-lapse, long exposure and motion blur photography shows a series of moments. They can be a few consecutive microseconds, moments spanning several years, or anywhere in between. Rather than an ultra-fast shutter speed, time-lapse and motion blur photography use a very slow shutter speed or multiple images to convey time and/or movement.
Motion blur photography often features one part of the picture in perfect focus while the moving parts are blurry. Mariano Kamp’spictures of athletes on bikes in the Ironman Triathalon are great examples of how motion can be shown without obscuring the subject entirely.
Moving lights are a favorite subject of motion blur photographers. Brent and MariLynn’s pictures of carnival rides effectively capture the chaos and fun of the rapidly moving machines with their brightly colored lights.
Long exposures can make for extremely interesting photographs of scenes that we don’t often get to see. Kris Klop’s photos of planes taking off show beautiful light trails that seem to make a road in the sky.
Carl Rosendahl’s long exposure photographs show a slightly more magical side of ordinary objects. The motion trails from the moving dice and streams of light from a car-mounted camera bring a sense of motion to the still photos without introducing any visual clutter.
Light painting, or light graffiti, has been growing in popularity since that one fateful picture of Pablo Picasso started making the rounds among photographers. Today, the availability of good instructions and great equipment has made it possible for amateur photographers to get incredible results with this method. Painting with light in a photograph requires a long exposure time and quick movements of the light source to create ghostly shapes in the finished photo. Jacob Carter’s light painting photos show how much expression can be achieved with a light source and some willing friends.
Robokon GT has some particularly playful examples of long exposure light graffiti. His neighborhood-wide Pac-Man game and crazy colored monsters seem almost like cartoons come to life.
The light writing of Eran Hakim takes on some subjects you don’t often see in light photography: the secret world of your inanimate objects. His indoor light graffiti makes good use of his living space and the objects in it, interacting with the surroundings and nearby props.