One of my images was featured in the U.S. Yahoo! Editorial High-Speed Captures gallery. The most asked question was: “What camera did they use?”. In this post I’m going to show, that its not about the camera, its about the technique. To proof my point I tried to capture some highspeed photos with my Android smartphone (HTC Hero) and an iPhone.
In this post I’ll show you the story behind this image:
Since I started with highspeed photography I wanted to take an image of an bottle of champagne just in the moment after uncorking.
Those images are ‘usual’ smoke colorized on computer. The smoke was made with incense sticks. As I was asked multiple time how I did this images, I’ll describe how I made them.
I’ll explain how I build a sliding table and how I took the following shot:
I’ll describe how I took the following shot:
I saw a lot of bursting water balloons on flickr (it seems as balloons are a popular highspeed subject), all looked very similar and I wanted to create something different. I haven’t seen gel colored balloons before..