Monday, August 6, 2012

Movement: Matthew Moore

Nighttime photograph of a moving truck in the city using shutter drag to illustrate movement and to create light patterns or known as light painting
Moving Truck © 2012 Matthew Moore
On a late, dark, and warm summer night everything seems to be in motion.  In the case above you can see a moving van literally moving (pun intended).

Even the moving truck gets engulfed by elements of movement—the artificial rays, beams, and spots of light from other moving cars, stop lights, and street lights.

Speaking of light did you know that the speed of light is generally rounded down to 186,000 miles per second and that its made of electro-magnetic radiation and travels in a straight path?

Anyway, thank you light for making photography possible and for allowing me to capture interesting shots like this one.

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