Taking Photographic Stills From My Hand Film

After editing the Polyopia effect into my film to show the flow in the hands. As a stopped and started the film, I realised the still images were quite interesting. The effects it created is a trailing effect which looks ghostly in the image. I decided to keep the photographs in colour to keep the realism within them. The different movements created an interesting series of photographs for my exhibition. I decided to included this in my final exhibition on ArtSteps because the movements in the gestures are highlighted through the effect and this in a series creates stories of the different emotions within each piece. The movements in these artworks are real life movements which I have produced whilst in a distressed state. You can see through the irritation in the hands and the intense pressure as the hands collide. I wanted to express this emotion because it is one which is commonly shown through body language.

Author: ninasartspace

Based in Cardiff studying Fine Art at the Metropolitan University. Originally from East Sussex. The career goal is Art Therapy with adults who suffer from PTSD and other mental issues which affect so many of us on a daily basis.

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