High Speed Photo
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Video by Robert Grant , Article by SASHA GiTiN Watch this photography tutorial video to learn how to photograph a liquid pour and light splash.
We have done quite a bit of High Speed Photography here on DIYP, but never took it from a step by step approach starting with the basics and moving up to elaborate setups. This is going to change today.
About High Speed Photography This is the High Speed Photography group (aka HSP ).
Sample images of what can now be done with the ultra-high shutter speeds with high-speed flash sync. These images were taken with the new high-speed shutter override option.
The last photo gives a overview of the set-up.
This article will describe my home made sound trigger electronic kit.
How to take photos like the one you are seeing here. It's a glass of Champaign, being shot with a BB gun. It is the same idea as posted in this gallery .
See this exploding grape picture? it was taken using a method called high-speed-photography.
Creativity in the Photoshop Darkroom by Harold Davis , October 2010 (updated December 2010) Intro | Multi- RAW Processing | Creating HDR Images by Hand [Part I] | Creating HDR Images by Hand [Part II] | Sharpening in LAB Color | Converting to Black and White | Using LAB Color Adjustments | Inverting Backgrounds with LAB | Intro to Compositing | HDR in Adobe Photoshop CS5 | Using Image Apply Image | Aging Photos Roundup | Making Colors Pop in Photoshop Intro Image : These diminutive Sea Palms (a kind of kelp) were very attractive, but to get a great image from this composite photo I needed to make the colors pop using some of the techniques described in this article.
In 1915 the Danish psychologist Rubin devised an image called 'The Ambiguous Vase.'
Over the last few days, Flickr Explore has been sizzling with multiple pictures of Vincent Riemersma featuring splashes in wineglasses.
Camera Axe Motor Sensor Contest
This is the first Camera Axe shield, but it leverages the lessons learned from the previous four generations of Camera Axe hardware.
A bullet hitting a solid brass rod.
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/8763834@N02/4110293929/sizes/m/] Was a very, very obscure photographer working in his garage shooting stuff with a pellet rifle and photographing the results with a home built flash.