Made For Full Screen Plus 5 years ago Because on vimeo are many photographers using digital cameras (like Canon 5d MKII) for shooting videos and because of the simlicity of the videos in our group, I asked myself and the group member Eric/hadzinikitas (vimeo.com/ericopavlo) what the differences are between static photography and The Pictures Don't Move (TPDM)? I would like to take the opportunity for opening the discussion on that topic here. ERIC says (vimeo.com/groups/thepicturesdontmove/videos/4128232): "Difference between photography and the picture that don't move is ....the movement I guess, the frame can not move but there is sound and movement in that frame. the photographer has to capture the right moment when with the video when we have the right frame we can wait that something happen. The strange filling I have looking to those static video is that it remind me the camera they put in different place to control people, it seems we are looking to those monitor a little bit voyeur, even perverts."