Vibrationism and multiple exposure

An impressionist effect created directly with the camera, through a series of movements, and/or a series of shots, that transcend the singularity of the classic shooting on film, and go to extend it on time, imprinting in a single Frame a multitude of different moments and visions.

Below, a gallery where I used these techniques

The vibrationism is a Spanish artistic current, created by the artist Rafael Pérez Barradas, deeply influenced by Futurism, known during his travels to Italy. 

It takes inspiration from the dynamism to filter it through the emotional experience supported by Boccioni in his works, together with a certain perception of French cubisrm and painting of Soffici

from "Futurismo" by Sabrina Carollo