The book is a culmination of various visual experiments to test the effects of movement & distance on human psychology, memory and vision. A succession of focal lengths, exposure timings and manual camera movements were used to generate still images. I examined the effect of these photographic manipulations on the image and its clarity. What emerged were various visual implications such as hazed memory, departure, separation and overlapping visual episodes.

Departure; Process: Digital Photography-movement captured while lifting the camera away from the ground, low shutter speed.

Departure & Separation; Process: Photographing the ground with successively decreasing focal lengths and increasing movement of camera away from the ground.


Traces and retained visual episodes. (Process: Slow shutter speed + Fast camera movement)


Departure & Transition; Process: Digital Photography-movement captured while lifting the camera away from the ground.