The Street In Motion

I love capturing motion in the streets. There are many ways to do it, either by doing a long exposure to add motion blur, using a panning technique or simply focussing on a still subject while a fast moving train goes by. There is motion all around us and there is no right or wrong way to capture it. It’s all up to you and your vision.

valerie Jardin Photography - motion-4

Union Depot, St Paul, Minnesota ~ ©Valérie Jardin

Paris ~ ©Valérie Jardin

Paris ~ ©Valérie Jardin

Amersfoort, NL ~ ©Valérie Jardin

Amersfoort, NL ~ ©Valérie Jardin

Washington DC ~ ©Valérie Jardin

Washington DC ~ ©Valérie Jardin

Paris ~ ©Valérie Jardin

Paris ~ ©Valérie Jardin

Paris ~ ©Valérie Jardin

Paris ~ ©Valérie Jardin

That's me! ~ Paris.Photo courtesy of workshop student ©David Crowe

That’s me! ~ Paris.
Photo courtesy of workshop student ©David Crowe

2 thoughts on “The Street In Motion

  1. My favorites? First one and last one. There is something in the ghostly effect created by people in motion that fascinates me. Maybe because we kind of see blurring background when we move, but we cannot distinguish with our eyes movement of others…

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