The appreciation is seen in how people travel from all places of the world to view these exhibitions. Some of the photographers who express such work are, Richard Kendall, Ann Dumas and Jill DeVonyar, Smee, (2011).
Among the well-known movement photographs are the Degas and the Ballet’s Ballet bag, Emilia and Linda, (2011). This collection consists of images whose subject is the movement of a ballet dancer, capturing each moment without shaking. The French artist, Degas Edgar has been relevant in the photography industry for his famous art pieces, which include the photographs of the ‘Ballet Bag’. Though Degas was only a towering artist at his time, his photography continues to be used as a reference point by current photographers who aspire to learn the technique of motion capturing and blurring techniques. His urge to put fleeting movement resulted in Degas producing photographs that current photographers always look back to and emulate. One of Edgar Degas’ famous photographs is the
In more modern age photography, there are too photographers who use the technique of motion photography and implement it in their work Upchurch, (2010). One of such is Chris Linder’s ‘Beyond the Ice’. Chris Linder is a modern age photographer who applies movement photography and blur photography in his field as an oceanographer. In the ‘Beyond the Ice’ photography, the images showcase a scape of the Antarctica with penguins, the sea and the ship in motion. In all the images, there is a perfect sequence on the time-lapses which show carefully coordinated timings. In the images, one can feel the sense of motion when looking at them yet acknowledge the perfect timing and stillness used in capturing them. Other aspects visible are the contrasts within the images, where the object in motion is more focused than the background. One could actually tell what object in the images that the