You’ve probably seen the Discovery show called Time Wrap, it’s one of the coolest shows that I really enjoy.
Using the latest in high-speed photography, the Time Warp team takes some natural events (a cat licking its paw, a champagne bottle being opened) — and some not-so-natural (a water balloon to the face, a raw piece of chicken exploding) — and turns them into a thing of both beauty and learning.
High speed photography is the science of taking pictures of very fast phenomena. It’s defined as any set of photographs captured by a camera capable of 128 frames per second or greater, and of at least three consecutive frames. Here are some very cool photographs that use that technique.
For more cool photos you can check these two links as well.
Look at this photo from Geneva, Switzerland. It looks like someone decided to “freeze time”. What were the owners of the cars thinking? “I’ll probably skip work today”. Unbelievable. And again that proves that “mother nature” is the best designer of us all.
Note: I’d really want to give a credit to the author but not sure where I got the photography.
If you are keen on learning photography, there are various ways in which you can do that. You can learn this creative art by joining a reputable photography school. There you’ll be taught even the minutest details that a good photograph demands. The other way is to go on a road trip with a good camera and lots of time at hand!
Have you ever looked at a photograph and had a great urge to learn photography? Or maybe you are a photographer… have you seen photograph that are truly awe-inspiring? One can learn a great deal by looking at photographs that others have taken. In fact, there is no better tutor than this.
A good piece of photography can do a lot… it can make you feel different things, throw you into another world or inspire you to practice harder.
Inspired by some other sites photographs I’ve decided to post few that inspire me as well.