Sunday, April 9, 2017

Camera Technique Stretches Time

An unusual camera technique developed by Jay Mark Johnson combines multiple viewpoints and moving objects into a single image with a stretched background. 

The slit-scan camera technique, which he calls "photographic timelines," freezes and compresses moving objects. The faster they move, the more they're compressed.

This is the reverse of what we're accustomed to seeing, namely detailed, stable backgrounds with blurred moving objects.

Johnson's technique also works wonders with dancers, distorting their forms like melting glass or taffy.

Via Singularity Hub
Explanation of the method on Design Boom.
Jay Mark Johnson's website


Daroo said...

Cool images -- I especially like the dancers.

Here's a video about how the slit scan technique was used in pre digital special fx:

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Hey, this is really informative and the results of the techniques are very amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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Very nice and helpful post . Specially for those who have interest in photogarphy . Great techinques to think beyond regular photography . Thank for providing a way to do more in photography.