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Researchers Found a Way to Extract Detailed Slo-Mo Videos From a Single Blurry Photo

The Phantom high-speed cameras used by YouTube channels like The Slow Mo Guys to capture mesmerizing slow-motion footage are obscenely expensive. But soon, thanks to a new technique that can extract slo-mo videos from a single photo, the smartphone in your pocket could outperform even a high-speed camera that costs…Read more...
Tags: Photography, Science, Research, Smartphones, Harvard, Slow Motion, High Speed Photography, EPFL, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Slo Mo, Virtual Frame Technique


This look inside the IIHS shows us what it takes to make crash test photography for cars

This video from the Insuurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) takes us behind the scenes to see their camera rigs for shooting video and stills of car crashes. The footage and photos they produce are used to help make vehicles safer in the event of a crash, but it’s also used a lot for other […] The post This look inside the IIHS shows us what it takes to make crash test photography for cars appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Slow Motion, Car Crash, High Speed Photography, IIHS, Crash Photography, Insuurance Institute for Highway Safety IIHS


Photographer creates pin-up styled movie heroines with colorful milk splashes [NSFW]

Photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz has shared his splendid work with us before. His signature technique is high-speed photography of models “dressed” in milk splashes. After Milky Pin-Ups, Splash Heroes and Fallen Angels, Jaroslav has created another stunning series for 2018 calendar and he shared the work with DIYP. This time, he blends pin-up style with the […] The post Photographer creates pin-up styled movie heroines with colorful milk splashes [NSFW] appeared first on DIY Photography. ...
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Milk, Nsfw, Splash, Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz, High Speed Photography, Splash Photography, Jaroslav, Milky Pin-Ups


The secret to filming fast moving objects at 25 million frames per second is mirrors

As much as I love going out and using gear and creating stuff with it, I can’t help but get excited about the geeky technical side of photography and video, too. This particular video from Curious Droid talks about ultra high speed cameras. And while the Panasonic GH5 with its 180fps 4K footage is quite […] The post The secret to filming fast moving objects at 25 million frames per second is mirrors appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Slow Motion, High Speed Photography, High Speed Video, Curious Droid


The world’s fastest camera captures the movement of light at five trillion photos per second

High-speed cameras are certainly useful for slow motion, but they can also find their application in science. Elias Kristensson and Andreas Ehn, researchers at Swedish Lund University, have revealed the world’s fastest high-speed camera. It’s able to capture as many as five trillion frames per second. This sounds astonishing only when you try to read […] The post The world’s fastest camera captures the movement of light at five trillion photos per second appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, High Speed, High Speed Photography, Lund University, Elias Kristensson, Andreas Ehn, High Speed Video, Photon


A Slow Mo Guy talks about the challenges of shooting high speed slow motion video

High speed photography for stills presents a whole lot of challenges, just for a single image. When you’re trying to capture a thousand, ten thousand or a hundred thousand of them every second, those challenges quickly compound. Whether stills or video, the key ingredient is light, and lots of it. This is why The Slow […] The post A Slow Mo Guy talks about the challenges of shooting high speed slow motion video appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Inspiration, Slow Motion, High Speed Photography, Slow Mo Guys


The first ever recording of light’s “sonic boom” was made with the fastest high-speed camera in the world

  According to theoretical physics, nothing is faster than the speed of light. However, now you can see with your own eyes the first ever recording of a “sonic boom” – created by light. Or scientifically called a photonic Mach cone. It was recorded by researchers at Washington University in St. Louis, and they used […] The post The first ever recording of light’s “sonic boom” was made with the fastest high-speed camera in the world appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Science, News, Light, St Louis, High Speed, Sonic Boom, High Speed Photography, Washington University


30 Jaw-Dropping And Stunning Examples of High-Speed Photography

Just name any fast-moving actions and it would look beyond awesome if it was captured by a high-speed camera. We all know how awesome some of those... Read More The post 30 Jaw-Dropping And Stunning Examples of High-Speed Photography appeared first on Regretful Morning - Funny, Awesome, Sexy and Weird.
Tags: Humor, Awesome, Galleries, High Speed Photography


This Camera Ensures a Photo Finish at the Olympics

Since 1932, vaunted Swiss watchmaker Omega has served as Official Timekeeper at the Olympic Games 26 times. This year at the Rio Olympics, Omega is once again providing finish line cameras to provide officials and the public with the most precise view of the athletes. The current generation of cameras, dubbed the Scan ‘O’ Vision [...] The post This Camera Ensures a Photo Finish at the Olympics appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Rio 2016, Olympic Games, Omega, High Speed Photography, Allen Murabayashi


NASA’s new high dynamic camera can correctly expose for rocket combustion

If you’ve ever seen a rocket engine in action, you probably noticed the bright flame that emerges from the back of it. In fact, that bright fire was probably just an overexposed blob. Nasa’s new High Dynamic Camera system – the HiDyRS-X uses HDR techniques to show that wonderful flame in all its glory. It does [...] The post NASA’s new high dynamic camera can correctly expose for rocket combustion appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Nasa, Gear, Rocket, Hdr, High Speed Photography


These photos of nuclear explosions were taken one ten-millionth of a second after detonation

If taking photos of speeding bullets is hard, imagine how hard it is to take photos of a nuclear bomb going off. (I mean aside the obvious issue of having yourself and the camera being completely decimated if you were at any reasonable distance). I mean, if you developed a nuclear bomb, you wanna see how [...] The post These photos of nuclear explosions were taken one ten-millionth of a second after detonation appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, High Speed, High Speed Photography, Harold Eugene Edgerton, Nuclear Explosion, Rapatronic Camera


Stunning Valentine Roses Made From Acrylic Paint

Valentine was yesterday and we thought we will give you some post-holiday roses. Of course those are “photography roses” made with high speed photography by Alex Koloskov and his team at Photigy. We were wondering how those images came to be and had a chat with Alex. Alex tells DIYP that there are two main [...] The post Stunning Valentine Roses Made From Acrylic Paint appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Inspiration, Valentine's Day, Valentine, High Speed Photography, Splash Photography, Alex Alex, Alex Koloskov


Tons of Milk and Naked Models Transformed Into Stunning Fallen Angels (NSFW)

I’m sure most of you are familiar with Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz’s work by now. His signature splashed-milk photography has been featured twice before on the blog as well as on numerous media outlets across the world. But, as much as I liked his 1940’s Milky Pin-ups and loved his Splash Heroes, they both suddenly seem like [...] The post Tons of Milk and Naked Models Transformed Into Stunning Fallen Angels (NSFW) appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Inspiration, Milk, Nsfw, Behind The Scenes, Bts, Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz, High Speed Photography, Splash Photography, Milky Pin


Tutorial: Neat Trick for Creating Cool Splash Photos In-Studio

In this article, Dina Belenko (previously) shares the secrets behind three of her most popular recent images. See how she creates creative splashes and waves IN-STUDIO, then go home and try it yourself!   I know that proper way to photograph splashes is to use special fancy machinery that allows you to control the shape of [...] The post Tutorial: Neat Trick for Creating Cool Splash Photos In-Studio appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Tutorials, Dina Belenko, High Speed Photography, Splash Photography