High speed photography of a water balloon being popped. just-plain-cool by tamera

Beautiful and creative photos of exploding water balloons captured by talented photographer Edward Horsford. Rubber balloons were filled with colored water. Then, each balloon was popped and photographed using high speed photography.

Stunning High Speed Photography

The stunning art of freezing time: 20 excellent examples of high speed photography

High speed photos of ink dropped in water

High speed photos of ink dropped in water

Dancing Paint - High Speed Water Photography -  i literally said WOW when i saw this!

Dancing Paint - High Speed Water Photography

Short, to-the-point tips about high-speed photography - would like to try something like this before too long!

A tutorial on how to create fun and impressive high-speed photographs like this one!- hey Eriksson Alsabagh- i'm sure you know how to do all this, but if you need a refresher course this might help.

Alberto Seveso - I love how the coloured ink in the oil creates shapes that almost look sculptural, and the fact that these are high speed photos captures the beauty of the oil in that split second, which would be impossible to ever create again to look the same.

These Floating Globes of Ink and Oil Look Completely Unreal

Do - it - Yourself : High Speed photography tips

Do-It-Yourself: High Speed Photography Tips & Tricks

High Speed Photography is getting very popular day by day. High speed photography produces awesome results because of a relatively faster shutter speed.

Markus Reugels - High-Speed Photography Turns Water Droplets Into Liquid Sculptures

Liquid Art Photography by Markus Reugels: Drops The photography has taken me through their unassuming beauty into the spell.

Chemist and photographer Jon Smith fills light bulbs with unusual objects like chalk dust, candies, sprinkles, or even beer caps, shoots the bulbs with a pellet gun, and captures the moment using high-speed photography.

High-Speed Photography of Light Bulbs Exploding by Jon Smith

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s: “ High Speed Photographs of Exploding Lightbulbs Filled with Objects by Jon Smith As part of an ongoing exploration of high speed photography, Jon Smith has been filling standard.

How to freeze action when taking high speed photos of subjects such as people in motion, water splashes, or items smashing. Written by Discover Digital Photography January 11th, 2015. http://www.discoverdigitalphotography.com/2015/high-speed-photography-how-to/

High speed photography How-to

How to freeze action when taking high speed photos of subjects such as people in motion, water splashes, or items smashing. Written by Discover Digital Photography January

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