High speed

This also is an obvious image of a movement because this cup of milk is falling and the milk is spilling everywhere.

Milk Captured in Time

Coffee Time is a collection of of anti-gravity photos taken by professional photographer Egor N. The gravity-defying photographs, taken using a high speed camera, capture the splashes and swirls of milk, sugar cubes, and cream.

Stunning High Speed Photography

The stunning art of freezing time: 20 excellent examples of high speed photography

High speed photos of ink dropped in water

High speed photos of ink dropped in water

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

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

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

Long-exposure shots show cities in motion on the train to Tokyo.

Long-exposure shots show cities in motion on the train to Tokyo - Great example of motion photography!

High speed photography. I like how this photographer used three lemons. Always do one or three.

Split Second - 30 Awesome High Speed Photography Samples

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I hate Kool-aide by liquid in plastic, via Flickr {high speed photography experiment}

Arrested motion is motion caught in transition. Like here we see the hammer coming down on the glass causing a shatter effect. I like they did this picture with the bold green against the achromatic colors. By Dan Newton called "I hate Kool-aide"

A picture of a water droplet taken at a fast shutter speed titled 'Five Drop Collision'

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer

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!

hidden colors to really see all the amazing details please view it large a drop impact reveals the colors resting underneath the surface.

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