Hinting at an experience of time in still photography

  title={Hinting at an experience of time in still photography},
  author={Maarten Vanvolsem},
  journal={Journal of Visual Art Practice},
  pages={49 - 56}
Abstract Often photography is seen as the medium ‘par excellence’ to freeze time, to capture the moment. But is photography really this still-medium in contrast to movies as the moving-medium? The photographic technique known as the strip or slit technique seems to lead to a different reading of the photographic still. Rather than seeing the image as a framed, cut-out of reality, it invites us to look through it, read it and feel the different changes within one image. Instead of holding the… 
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