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Jack Long uses extremely fast shutter speeds to freeze-frame liquids in motion


Don McCullin interviewed by Professional Photography


EVO: a geometric approach to Event-based 6-DOF Parallel Tracking and Mapping in Real-time - "EVO successfully leverages the outstanding properties of event cameras to track fast camera motions while recovering a semi-dense 3D map of the environment"

Photographing Water Drops - going to try this more often...... using my Canon 1100D ...... on a fast shutter speed..... unlike blurring which requires very slow shutter speeds!


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77 photography techniques, tips and tricks for taking pictures of anything

When you're taking photos by candlelight, you'll need to push the ISO to 1600 and beyond and work with large apertures if you're to get a fast enough shutter speed to freeze any motion in your model, the camera or the candle flames. Turn your camera's flash off and use Manual exposure mode. Switch off any lights, take a meter reading from your portrait-sitter's face and let the rest of the room slip into darkness.

“In a world addicted to speed, I blur the moments into one unholy smear. ... When I fully enter time’s swift current, enter into the current moment with the weight of all my attention, I slow the torrent with the weight of me all here.” ― Ann Voskamp, One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are