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  1. mcdonough

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    Have to do an Imitation of Movement photo. Looking for any Ideas also have to do a story board to go along with the picture.

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    hello mcdonough..'imitation of movement' what's that ? like motion blur?
     
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    from what I understand it would be like hammering a nail into a board and taking a picture at 6 or 7 different positions.. Or a person sitting in a car you have a fan blowing the hair to give the impression that they are driving. (the last example someone in class is doing)
     
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    long exposure with smoke or lights perhaps?
     
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    Hmm...Random person walking down a city street. The moon/sun. Maybe even your shadow at various points in the day?
     
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    multiple shots of the sun setting/rising over time?
     
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    i'm can't offer a solid idea, but i thought maybe you could use somehow the trick of someone in some kind of posture on the floor..then the image is orientated vertically instead, so they appear to be (climbing or falling from) a wall.
     

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