Post pobrano z: Synchroballistic photography
Synchroballistic photography (also known as strip or streak photography) is a technique used to photograph fast moving subjects by moving the film during the exposure past a narrow slit—similar to moving your hand on a photocopier or scanner.
I pulled these images as a reference for a recent project, and although they’ve been around a while, I thought they deserved a second look.
Images taken by Angu Leadly Brown. Find more at serratedimage.com.