Category: High Speed Photography

Mirror Reflection Photography by Ori Gersht

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”medium” ids=”97184,97185,97186,97187,97188,97189,97190″] Ori Gersht is a talented fine art photographer, filmmaker and lecturer, who was born in Tel Aviv three months before the Six-Day War in 1967, and currently based in London, UK. Gersht studied Photography, Film and Video at the University of Westminister before graduating with an M.A. in Photography from the Royal College of Art, London. Ori has imagined the confluence of technology and artistic production at its logical extremes, reconstructing classic still life compositions of flowers and fruit only to explode them and capture the moment of destruction with a high-speed camera. Ori shoots ... Read more

High Speed Photography of Light Bulbs by Jon Smith

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”71943,71944,71945,71946,71947,71948,71950,71951,71953″] Jon Smith is a talented photographer and artist based in Fishers, IN, USA. He choose to primarily work with light bulbs because they are an everyday item that most people ignore. By bringing them out of their element, filling them and shooting them, Jon can create an interesting focal point that sparks imagination and allows people to see the wonderful things that happen in a typically “unseen moment. Smith use a sound activated flash trigger hooked up to a disposable camera (to act as the flash) to freeze the motion of the bulb as it explodes. ... Read more

High Speed Photography by Alan Sailer

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”26280,26281,26282,26283,26284,26285,26286,26287,26288,26289,26290″] Alan Sailer is an engineer and talented self taught photographer, who shoot a lot of high speed photography. Alan currently based in Camarillo, Ventura County, California, USA. He is very, very obscure photographer, who works in his garage shooting stuff with a pellet rifle and photographing the results with a home built flash.

Flowervases by Martin Klimas

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” size=”large” ids=”26482,26483,26484,26485,26486,26487,26488,26489,26490,26491,26492″] Martin Klimas is the colorful and creative hybrid of photographers Edweard Muybridge and Dr. Harold Edgerton. Through his own experimentation with motion and the cause and effect in gravity, Klimas’ photographs explore relationships with time, beauty and destruction. In his work with Porcelain, Klimas uses a strobe light and a single camera frame; one chance of the figurine dropping and shattering. In his series Flowers, a spring-fired projectile bursts the base of the vase into a bedlam of fragmented pieces. In each photograph, Klimas shows the transformation of solid object into one that is in ... Read more

Shootout by Fabian Oefner

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”25036,25037,25038,25039,25040,25041,25042,25043,25044″] Fabian Oefner is a curious investigator, photographer and artist, whose work moves between the fields of art and science. His images capture in unique and imaginative ways natural phenomena that appear in our daily lives, such as sound waves, centripetal forces, iridescence, or the unique properties of magnetic ferroliquids. His exploration of the unseen and poetic facets of the natural world is an invitation, as he says, “to stop for a moment and appreciate the magic that constantly surrounds us.” Oefner’s photographs have been exhibited in various countries and are part of private collections around the ... Read more