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Posts from the ‘photography of motion’ Category


Investigations on wide angle, long exposure, daylight photography in Zurich, Switzerland.

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Speed Germany

Pictures shot from aboard the ICE train between Frankfurt and Basel with fast shutter speed. Click each picture to zoom in,



Day speed

Pictures shot with slow shutter speed in Zurich. Click each picture to zoom in
















Dance #zürifäscht

Dancing #zürifäscht : representatives of Albania, Poland and Serbia for the international folklore meeting.

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Previous pictures series #zürifäscht :

1. Free fall #zürifäscht

2. Free fall reloaded #zürifäscht

Special relativity

Short distance to the moving object, low shutter speed

Long distance to the moving object, low shutter speed

Medium distance to the moving object, high shutter speed

Medium distance to the moving object, low shutter speed

Too fast…

Examples of special relativity applied to camera shutter speed. The photographer point of view is static when shutter speed equals to or is bigger than train speed.  At equilibrium, the distance to the moving train is inversely proportional to shutter sped increments.  Pictures shot  aside Zurich Main Station. Click to zoom in


Searching for eléctricos, the traditional trams of Lisbon

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A day off route

A turned-into rainy day at Zurich Airport.  Pull-ups and long water trails for the many landing fans at the two view points (with food and drinks) aside the landing route. Click each picture to see each rain drop and reflections.

Here we are

Always a good excuse to meet the sun again: above the clouds on a cog-wheel train up to the Rigi peak (Kulm), Switzerland. Click each picture to enlarge.

Here we go again

Winter driving across the Swiss Alps. Heading to the warmer snow of Ticino, South Switzerland. Click each picture to magnify.

A new dawn

Pictures of the track network of Zurich main station . Click to enlarge.


Thoughts of a #ColdFleshed Human Body...

Life at Her Brightest

by Anna Trestain


A portfolio of my paintings, sketches, and other artwork

Photographs by Timothy S. Allen

Exploring the World with a Camera

Destination Humanity

Chasing big dreams one photo at a time

Daydreams and Histories

Jumping off a cliff is not dumb. It's random.



Raw Streets

by MaxGor

Mittened Hands


the Book of Bokeh

Bokeh describes the character or "feel" of the out-of-focus areas in a photograph.

Photoblog of Maria Vincent Robinson

Photographer - People and Places

A Traveler's Tale

photography and travel interests, places, and things

Wind Against Current

Thoughts on kayaking, science, and life

Joshi Daniel Photography

Images of People Photoblog

home of lorenzo borghi photography

le patrimoine culturel immatériel francilien


Nature is forever.....capturing it is bliss!!

My Urban Insights©

My Urban Insights© 2013-2016 All rights reserved. CONTACT: INSTAGRAM: @myurbaninsigths

Foto Digital

Foto y Vídeo profesional de Bodas y eventos


Looking through the stranger's eyes

The Riparian Times

The Riparian Times is a boutique publication with musings about life, travel, fashion and art.


fotos und/and photos


Zweiundfünfzig Wochen Krefeld. Zweiundfünfzig Bilder. Aus meinem Alltag in dieser Stadt.

Hannah and Harley

A little bit of life, love, and laughter.

Pavlos Ζikos Photography©

Personal Photography Portfolio


let's jump into the deep end! a travel (but mostly food) blog.

Amanda Sabga Photo

Life as I see it / Boston based photojouranlist

Michael fotografiert

... der Weg zum Meister

Photo avant-garde

Photography at a different level

Windybee's Blog

Everyone knows it's Windy


Stream of Thought observations, images, and more


Визажист Евгения Белоглазова

Out-of-Focus Photography

Bringing memories to light...


“It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end.” ― Ursula K. Le Guin

Denise in Detail

Things that make me tick

Victoria's Secret Blog

My travels, pictures and ramblings...


The Best Things In Life Are Made From These.....

six degrees photography

capturing the world, one frame at a time

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