This Amazing Camera Captures Speed-of-Light in Slow Motion

Scientists at MIT have created an ultrafast camera that captures light as it passes through liquids and objects, creating a snapshot in less than two-trillionths of a second. The video you see below would require an entire lifetime to watch one tenth of a second of footage on this camera. Hence, it is actually delayed down to 30 frames per second, so that you can actually watch the speed of light in slow motion.

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NASA’s Incredibly Awesome Time Lapse View of Earth from Space

NASA posted the time lapse view of the Earth from space, which was shot using a special low-light 4k camera that shows up the Aurora Borealis around the globe. This piece of footage is incredibly awesome, providing with some unbelievable scenes from the International Space Station that raced the earth at nearly 17,227 mile per hour at an altitude of around 350 km. The images were captured with a high ISO HD Camera developed by NHK Japan, nicknamed the SS-HDTV camera.

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Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk takes place every year.The objective of this photo walk is to bring in together thousands of photographers of all ages and levels to take pictures, share and promote coexistence among those who agree with the same passion: Photography.

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Most photographers work hard in protecting their photos from being used by others. This is one of the greatest challenges that photographers are facing when it comes to protecting their work. Despite several techniques like watermarking and copyrights, protecting pictures has become nearly impossible. This article reveals some of the techniques required in order to protect your photos from infringement, ranging from preventing downloads from blogs, finding unauthorized usage of images and modifying your photo’s EXIF data. Let us take a close look at each of these techniques.

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In this tutorial you will learn how to create or transform your pictures into HDR by tuning them with the help of Adobe Photoshop. Unlike the actual HDR technique, this Photoshop trick will require only a single JPEG image. You don’t have to shoot into RAW images or take multiple photos.

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Macro photography is the art of taking close-up pictures that reveal every detail that goes unnoticed by the naked eye. It’s altogether a different world inside. Point-and-shoot digital cameras have remarkable macro capabilities, but for best results you would require a special single-lens reflex camera.

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How It’s Made – Camera Lenses [Video]

Have you ever wondered how camera lenses are manufactured? Why it takes days to get a new lens done? Well, here’s an interesting look into how lenses for DSLR cameras are made. It takes a total of 6 weeks to make one optical lens. Camera lens goes through several inspections, to make sure that the glass gets to its final stage without any defects or dust on it.

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Speeding Up Things with Time-lapse Photography

Time-lapse photography is shooting a sequence of photos of the same subject with certain time interval between each shot. The interval may vary from less than a second to an hour or even more than a day. These pictures are then clubbed together into one video that plays back in a shorter amount of time.

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In my previous article, I explained about long exposure photography, the technique involved and the important features and materials you require while shooting photos in slow shutter. In this article, I’ll show how you can take long exposed photos. In this simple tutorial, you’ll learn how to create the following effect – Writing your own name

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Understand the technique involved in long exposure photography and how you can take some stunning and remarkable shots giving foggy/ghostly effects to your photos. You might have come across some stunning shots of fireworks or water flow or the traffic (light) trails. These involve the technique of long exposure photography. Lets see what long exposure photography means.

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