Abstract Photo Moto 78 is a short abstract art film that is based in abstract photography. It is part of an ongoing series called the Abstract Photo Moto Series. The films in the series are silent and are meant to be viewed as purely visual experiences.
Fine art filmmaking in the 1980’s was done using 8mm, Super8, and 16mm film stock. The films did not need to tell a story. They were often simply studies in light, shadow. rhythm, and motion. This series references those films by using the same methods used in analog moviemaking. However, they were filmed and edited with modern digital equipment. This one is fifty-five seconds long so it will be over before you know it. Sit back and enjoy an abstract composition in motion. It’s almost like hundreds of abstract photographs blended together.
© 2019 – Howard Faxon