Nov 5, 2007

High Speed Photography.

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This is the legendry work created by Prof. Andrew Davidhazy.
Prof. Andrew Davidhazy is Professor in Imaging and Photographic Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology.
High-speed photography is a fascinating technique of photographing fast movements that are difficult to see and taken using a normal camera.
The realm of high speed still photography is generally determined by the exposure times used or the picture repetition rate. Exposure times of leaf or diaphragm mechanical shutters in still cameras generally have a minimum time limit of around 1/500 second while modern focal plane shutters have achieved exposure times as short as 1/8,000 second. Generally, when photography with exposure times shorter than about 1/1000 second is contemplated it is classed as high speed work, and nearly always requires special techniques.
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2 comments:

Yokara said...

There are no words to express by seeing these amazing photos...
Tanx for your valuable collections

karen said...

I loved the lemon.