Photography Man In Motion Posted on March 26, 2020March 31, 2020 by Thomas Slatin September 2009Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostHarvest Time Next PostRockin Roots (Edit) 31 thoughts on “Man In Motion”Looks blur and the black and white effect makes it look like a ghost walking in front of a night fusion camera. Lovely conceptLoading...ReplyThe blurred picture makes you curious of what’s really happening here. I like the black and white shade though.Loading...ReplyThis photo reminds me of my self portrait. I love to do this on my phone. Probably the man is doing some breakdancing stunt there.Loading...ReplyThe reason why the man’s view looks blur is because he was on motion while the shot was taken. Thanks for this brilliant post.Loading...ReplyIt’s a nice timing picture but the image looks scary kind off. Also it looks like Thomas himself in the pictureLoading...ReplyWhat a creepy image. Kind of looks like the person in the being is being possesed by some entity.Loading...ReplyIt looks obscure and highly contrasting. It appears as though an apparition strolling at night.Loading...ReplyI haven’t seen before a picture in motion black and white, it looks very interesting.Loading...ReplyJust by looking at the picture you know the man was in motion when the picture was taken. You don’t need to look so hard to notice that.Loading...ReplyHard to figure out who exactly this is. The photo was taken in motion really.Loading...ReplyWhoever this is must have moved so fast that it is so difficult to identify the image. I wonder what the person was up to.Loading...ReplyInteresting movement captured in this shot. There’s definitely a sense of alarm and almost impending danger. I like that you experiment with so many different aesthetics in all your pics.Loading...ReplyMotion pictures, difficult to know what it really is. but this is lovely to the eyes all the same. nice shot.Loading...ReplyThe image of the man is seen as distorted, it must be because the camera captured him in his fastest movement.Loading...ReplyIf you look quickly, the image does not look like a man, but if you stop to look slowly, you can see that it is a man who was dancing fast.Loading...ReplyStill a good photo even it’s blurry. I wonder how this one was made for it look nice.Loading...ReplyLooks like the camera was visited by an extra terrestrial being. I’m not saying its a ghost. But this photo would really bring a lot of curiosity to its audience. Good work!Loading...ReplyA bit blurry don’t you think? A blur I almost wanna see what it is in full clarity. From what I can make it out I can see the clothes but not if it is a man or a woman.Loading...ReplyThis looks like that moment you think you have captured and you move the camera. that is what looks like in the picture.Loading...ReplyMan in motion look cool. It seems the capture didn’t capture the bright side since this one is a bit vague.Loading...ReplyVery descriptive title. I think it’s perfect for the photo.Loading...ReplyNice touch making this shot in black and white. I think it fits the shot well.Loading...ReplyThe motion must have caused the blur. I wonder if some editing can correct this.Loading...ReplyI wonder if this was intentional or not. It’s still an interesting shot all the same.Loading...ReplyLooks like someone photo bombed the shot. I hate it when that happens.Loading...ReplyI think with some editing the blur can be fixed. Great shot Thomas!Loading...ReplyThe room looks rather interesting. It’s like some sort of asylum.Loading...ReplyI wonder where the man was going. He kind of ruined the shot.Loading...ReplyThe blur is very widespread. The man must have been moving fast.Loading...ReplyI think if the camera had a higher FPS the blur would be less prominent. A very interesting photo it is though.Loading...ReplyThis is why still photos don’t go well with moving objects. There is too much blur.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.