Amazing high speed photography

Here some amazing high speed photos I have found in various places on the web and/or emails, needless to say that I didn’t take any of these nor hold any of their copyrights. I am just posting them for the pleasure of my eyes and, hopefuly, yours.

Best 15 National Geographic pictures of 05 06

I have just received by email those 15 pictures, the email title claims that they are the best National Geographic pictures for the year 2005 2006, they are simply gorgeous, needless to say that I am not the owner nor the copyright holder of any, I am just sharing them for the pleasure of your and my eyes. Click on each for full size image.

You know HDR, discover HDTR…

I think we all know that we can use the beauty of digital photography to overcome many of our camera’s shortcomings.
Many of us can’t afford, or don’t need, a panoramic camera but for those who still love to shoot panoramic images, we know we can just take overlapping images of the scene and stitch them afterwards.
If investing in a Neutral Density Graduated filter is too much and we still want to take successfully images of wide dynamic range scenes, we know we can just take multiple pictures each exposed for a different part of the scene and then merge them in the digital dark room (this process is called HDR – High Dynamic Range -).
Although I’ve been a photography lover for about 4 years and, I must admit, this is the first time I hear about HDTR (High Dynamic Time Range).

Is it the end of photography ?

With the amazing technology world we are living in, and the revolution of Computer Generated Imagery – CGI – are we, photographers, doomed to an end?

Well I think that the answer is pretty obvious NO but still one can’t but be in awe in front of the real looking objects completely created and generated by today’s computers.

A few examples: Go to James Taylor’s website and click on CGI or at Air CGI

Info source | here

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