High-speed photographyWe proudly present our next topic for the monthly MBCfeature: HIGH SPEED PHOTOGRAPHY. This subject is considered highly complicated, so we hope that with the interviews and examples of the artists featured below you get a better feeling of what is really needed for this kind of photography.High-speed photography6 years ago in Art Features
Again we invite you to submit your own pictures in this theme, just use the tips and tricks from these artists (more info in our latest journal). Enjoy!
- How did you start with this kind of pictures? What was your inspiration?
I've always loved experimental still life works and still life photo manip's as well. I enjoy hard lines, solid blocks of color, symmetry, and minimalism more often than not in visual art. Have always gravitated towards it. Also, it is a 100% controlled environment, as opposed to shooting, say, a waterfall. You have no control what the water, the rocks, the sky, the wind, the weather does. Thats also fun, but I r
FAQ: What is High Speed Photography?Please fave the article if you find it helpful, so more people can learn the difference!FAQ: What is High Speed Photography?4 years ago in Art Features
As a co-owner of HighSpeedPhoto and a high speed photographer myself, you wouldn't believe how much confusion I witness surrounding the phenomenon that is high speed photography, especially confusing it with long exposure photography. Though both high speed and long exposure photography are based around movement, they aren't interchangeable terms; in fact, they are essentially opposites! Where high speed photography demands the fastest shutter speed you can manage (and often even a flash), long exposure is generally a shutter speed of over a second, recording movement over time.
Because the shutter distinctions may be confusing to some people, I've collected some art (much of the high speed work from the members of HighSpeedPhoto) showing each category from the wonderful photographers here on Deviantart!
High Speed Photography