• Research for ‘Ordinary Courage’ by Theo Clinkard (2011)
Adam Blanch, Francis Christeller, Maho Ihara, Helka Kaski, Charlie Morrissey,  Margarita Zafrilla
  • I wanted to capture the sense of movement and colour shifting across the image, the ghost images created trace the path of the movement.
  • This was taken in Delhi, India during a rain storm.
  • Dance artist and craft artist: Laila Diallo and Helen Carnac explore working togther as part of Siobhan Davies' Side By Side project
  • Movement in portraiture
  • Traces was a community dance performance project involving 80 dancers, inspired by the traces people and the environment leave in woodlands.  It was presented at Alice Holt Forest in Farnham, Surrey.

Photography by Miles Harfield
  • Movement Studies in Bucharest
  • Mikel Aristegui, Elena Gianotti, Stéphane Hisler, Bernadette Iglich, Matthew Morris(2011)
  • Photographed by my daughter, Jasmine Ali in January 2012 at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan UK Kathak Student Showcase
  • Tsonga celebrates his Round Two win against Hewitt on Court 1 at Wimbledon Championships 2012
  • Movement through the train window on my commute home from work.
  • Tim Casson doing The Dance WE Made at Trafalgar Square
  • This is a landmark image of living in Brighton. Through the winter every night at dusk the starlings gather in their thousands around the pier and have a party! The patterns and shapes they make is an intricate, complex and immaculate choreography that could never be reproduced. (Alamy, 2010)
  • Final sharing of the Tandem Ballet R&D on 10 July 2012.  HUGE thanks to all.  more images & info @ www.bicycleballet.co.uk
  • Roof Studio @ Siobhan Davies Dance
60 Days of Photographing Movement
18 May – 16 July 2012

Your Move Brief

This photoblog shows images that capture movement in our everyday lives.  We invite you to respond with your photographs of movement, which use the world around you as inspiration.  Think of this as broadly as possible and be creative with your selection.  The subject matter of your photographs could include leaves falling, reflections of water, people walking, moving vehicles or animals, as well as dance, theatre or sport.  Your photo must capture a movement however big or small, a moment in time before it moves on.

The title offers an insight into the photograph.  The caption describes your ideas about the movement in your image and should include details about the people or event you have photographed.  If your picture includes another persons’ work we encourage you to credit it clearly in the caption. 

The photoblog will not include still portraits, posed pictures or any photographs without movement as the subject matter. Your photos must not include any promotional material, logos, text or advertising.

This is an open photoblog and all the photographs that meet this brief will be made live.  You can submit a series of photos, though an edited selection of these may only be shown.  You will be notified if your photographs do not meet this brief and encouraged to submit other images.  Use the photographs on this site as inspiration and your pictures will continue to inspire others.