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Relating to my theme of movement, i chose to experiment with long exposure photography which was inspired by the work of the Bragaglia Brothers. This use of long exposure creates a blurred effect in the figure’s movement which is very contrasting when compared to previous work i have produced using short exposure times, where the image and figure translate a static state of a particular movement. it is suggested by the Bragaglia Brothers that, their method of long exposure captures the essence of movement, revealing its ‘soul’ and expression. long exposure photograph