Art of High Speed Photography

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    High speed photography is definitely a creative platform which demands high level of skill and technique. It simply means to take a freeze shot of the subject while giving less importance to the surroundings or capture an array of motion in a single shot. With increased shutter speed, it is possible to capture shots that are difficult to view with naked eyes.

    For speed photography, you require an SLR camera with advanced features in terms of shutter speed. It is the shutter speed capabilities that plays a key role in taking a perfect speed photograph. Higher number of frames per second promises a photograph with motion freeze. Here we are doing the opposite of  time-lapse photography.

    If interested, you may check the below link to explore more examples of photography.High Speed Photography Flickr Group

    High Speed Photography Ideas:

    Ahmed

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    speed photographyJasper Nance (Nebarnix)

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    high-speed-photographRichard Heek

    speed-photography-techniquesJohnny Chung Lee

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    johnny-chung-leePink sherbet photography

    photography-speed-techniqueAvi Abrams

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    DimitrisKatsaras

    Patrick Stanbro

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    photography-speedDanyi03

    tips-for-speed-photographyBhumi Joshi

    Elif Ozkaya

    water-speed-photographyIlluminating distractions

    Elffists

    High speed photography is very helpful to capture minute effects that are otherwise not visible through normal photography.  I hope this collection inspired you to try this field of photography. Above shown examples are just a few notable photographs.

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    Jesna is an assistant professor, digital marketing strategist and professional blogger who stumbled upon writing online since 2009. She started her blogging career in 2010, and never looked back. Since then, she has developed an incredible passion for writing about all sorts of tech. Away from blogosphere, she loves to paint and is the founder of fineartblogger.com

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