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Abstract Slow Shutter Speed Photos of Landscapes While Traveling


For his series titled “Drift”, photographer David Burdeny traveled along roads in Canada, France, Japan, England, Belgium, and the USA, and captured the shifting light and color of the diverse landscapes by shooting at slow shutter speeds.

Regarding these photos, Allen Murabayashi over at PhotoShelter asks the question, “it’s art, but is it photography?” What do you think? Should everything created using a camera be considered “photography”?

David Burdeny (via PhotoShelter)

Image credits: Photographs by David Burdeny and used with permission