Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Slow Exposure Bill Wadham Motion Dancers

Dancers studies of motion

Sandwich Negative Printing & Jerry Uelsmann

Negative are laid over each other or sandwiched together under glass on the enlarger. The image is then printed onto one piece of paper. High contrast images work best, with elements bleeding through the light areas in the second photo

Random or unreleted images are juxtaposed to create a new image

Jerry Uelsmann darkroom negative sandwiching no photoshop to create carefully crafted images
Jerry is an american photographer who works without using digital manipulation software

Dan Mountfield Double Exposure / Slow Exposure

Not slow exposure images but Double Exposure images that layer images using photo manipulation software to create the ghostly layered images of the slow exposure

Slow Exposure Alexey Titarenko - City of Shadows

Alexey Titarenko City Of Shadows

After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 he produced several series of photographs about the human condition of the Russian people during this time and the suffering they endured throughout the twentieth century. To illustrate links between the present and the past, he created powerful metaphors by introducing long exposure and intentional camera movement into street photograph

Movement Slow Exposure Bob Collins Observing The Crowd

Bob Collins Observing The Crowd

1950s photos show movement at a London Railway Station

Movement Slow Exposure Double Exposure Harold Edgerton

Harold 'Doc' Edgerton 

Before Edgerton Camera Flashes were chemical, bright but hard to control. Edgerton watching a overloading warning light, noticed how the fast flickering light (the damaged light was flashing at up to 6o times a second.) appeared to freeze movements. He had invented the strobe a bright bulb triggered by electricity that gave light bright enough and in a short enough burst to freeze movement. The shutter was slow but the flickering bright light delivered multiple images on the same print