High speed photography is used for freezing movment of quick moving subjects like this impressive photo from Evan Sharboneau :
This kind of photography is not only great fun and very satisfying when good results are achieved, but is often used by advertising agency’s as it captures the observers attention.
All in the detail!
Despite it looking like you would need a range of high end equipment and perhaps a studio to capture this kind of shot, Evan will show you how easy this can be done with some simple lighting and a fish tank. All filmed in Evans’s garage!
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If you enjoyed Evan’s video on multiple exposures, I highly recommend his e-book and video series Trick Photography and Special Effects which has over 300 e-book pages and 9 hours of instructional video content focusing solely on universal creative photography and Photoshop techniques just like this one. take a look here, or click the images below & enjoy!