Make a one-minute movie

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If you hold  a digital camera steady for a minute or so (in Movie mode), you get a still photograph that registers movement. Photographers have been registering movement for the last hundred years by exploiting blurs and streaks. Now they can get the detail and the movement at the same time, or during the same time–and time itself becomes a dimension of the photograph.

The images displayed below are part of the Geist One-Minute Movie Mapping Project (soon to be launched) at geist.com.

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