Impressionism - Movement

Impressionism is a style or movement in painting that originated during the 1860's in France. Impressionism provides the visual impression of the moment through shifting color and light. These images are made in the camera through exposure and movement during exposure. Post processing consists of adjusting contrast and color hues to match the original scene. Movement and blur is all done in camera, not through computer software. Thus, these images represent a true digital negative. These images are intended as impressionistic fine-art and after the 19th-century movement of the same name.