Using slow-motion photography would be interesting technique. It shows how much we actually don't see in our everyday lives, because it goes by too fast. - Emily
bubble popping sequence: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1199149/Super-slow-motion-pictures-soap-bubble-bursting-stunning-detail.html
This also is an obvious image of a movement because this cup of milk is falling and the milk is spilling everywhere.
Slow motion photography
Edward Horsford‘s High-speed photography captures a balloons pop at 1/40,000ths of a second.
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This is an image of a balloon popping when recorded in slow motion and the photographer took a part of the clip and used it in movement.
Fast shutter speed photo of a lighter.
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High Speed Photos by Alan Sailer