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Posts from the ‘photography of motion’ Category

Tramstraction

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

Eléctrico

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.

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