Creative use of movement

Double slit experiment


 The world fictile as clay


The 'Slit experiment' put some new tools into my hands. The world in front of me became fictile and malleable. I could start sculpting with the elements in front of my lens.


A slit does not have to be a slit


One logical step further - a slit does not have to resemble a slit. It could have any form, as long as all of the sensor will be getting some light during the exposure. And dragging vertically before the lens, does not have to be dragging, nor vertically. Rotating an opening works as well. The cutouts will have to be made with some thoughts, as not to dramatically over- or underexpose parts of the sensor.

I'll explain the technique more in detail at a later stage.



The image above is another 'Slit' photo




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