Anna Czoski, DXARTS
Long Exposure Stop Motion
Im interested in the continuity of space and events and the different ways it can be expressed through film. I will start with a stop motion method that uses long exposures, which yields a record of a motion (if the subject is moving). By changing that movement over time, you can see a jerky change in movement over time. There are other methods of capturing each image, including the flattening of a video sequence, which could give more versatility in post-production. I should mention, I hope to make a stereo rig, using 2 of the Nikon digital cameras for the final product.