synchroballistic photography

…(also known as a strip or streak photography) is a technique used to photograph fast moving subjects by moving the film during the exposure past a narrow slit. The image projected on the film does not reveal the subject completely at any instant like a normal camera, but instead progressively as an analogue sequence over time. The resulting images are temporal, showing a period of time at a point in space.

see more examples of this technique with a cool sounding name here, the top image are a piano players hands… (spotted via cpluv’)

m / 13-04-2010 14:41

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