In this next one, Motion Blur is disproportional (but funny to see). This example of Motion Parallax Phenomenon is the effect of being close to the subject with a Slow Shutter Speed. As our subject rapidly moves through the Field of View, the amount of light needed to produce a sharp image is scattered along the moving path.
In this third picture, the loss of image segments is the extreme effect of Motion Parallax Phenomenon. Some of the image actually looks transparent.
The effect is surrealistic!
35mm FILM versus DIGITAL IMAGING will add much needed insight to the next section, ISO Sensitivity.