Start by doing your own research into some of the artists discussed above.
Then, using slow shutter speeds, the multiple exposure function, or another
technique inspired by the examples above, try to record the trace of movement
within the frame. You can be as experimental as you like. Add a selection of shots
together with relevant shooting data and a description of your process (how you
captured the shots) to your learning log.
As part of Assignment 2 I took a number of images around Waterloo station in which I was attempting to capture images that evoked the chaotic movement of commuter crowds. The following images were all taken handheld due to the restrictions regarding tripods within Waterloo Station. I tried various combinations of; height, angle, focal length and exposure. I think that the images evoke movement and provide the traces of time I was attempting to create.
Blur 1 – Focal Length 450mm, ISO 400, Exposure 2 sec at f/22
Blur 2 – Focal Length 123mm, ISO 400, Exposure 2 sec at f/22
Blur 3 – Focal Length 123mm, ISO 400, Exposure 2 sec at f/22
Blur 4 – Focal Length 90mm, ISO 400, Exposure 1 sec at f/22
Blur 5 – Focal Length 217mm, ISO 400, Exposure 2.5 sec at f/22
Blur 6 – Focal Length 450mm, ISO 400, Exposure 1/15 sec at f/6.3