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Interactive video lesson plan for: High Speed photography 101 - Restoring Awesomeness to Art

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High speed photography isn't quite as difficult as one might think. It may be accomplished simply with a flash and a camera capable of holding open the shutter. Most of these photos were taken in my garage with my rifle setup.

The acoustic trigger circuit kit is available from http://www.hiviz.com/. The kits are designed and distributed by Dr. Loren Winters, a high speed photography wizard who is truly a high speed photography pioneer who has given greatly of himself to introduce students to the wonders of Newtonian Physics.

Checkout my FLICKR high speed photoset if you're bored - http://www.flickr.com/photos/40994371@N07/sets/72157624817117165/

The music was created by "A Shell in the Pit". Please support this wonderful artist by purchasing his music. An example of his work can be found at:
http://ashellinthepit.bandcamp.com/track/cicadas-waltz

Lastly, I'm working on a website http://www.artisticballistics.com. I'm trying to fund my children's education by selling awesome art created with bullets. It will take me a few weeks to get the site up and running.

Pennywhistle Productions
Artistic Ballistics
A Shell In the Pit
HiViz

Tagged under: Pennywhistle,Productions,Artistic,Balistic,High,Speed,photography,Bullet,Photographs,HiViz,Harold,Edgerton,Muzzle,Flash

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