High-speed photography captures fast-moving objects or events using specialized cameras and lighting equipment that can capture images at incredibly fast shutter speeds. This technique is used in scientific research, sports analysis, and creative contexts to freeze the motion of the subject in sharp detail.
High-speed cameras use advanced sensors and shutter mechanisms to capture images in microseconds. This technique requires specialized lighting equipment to properly illuminate the subject. High-speed photography is a fascinating and versatile technique that continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of photography.
In my case, my first pictures were taken with a system made of meccano that short-circuited a flash. Then, in order to be able to photograph the shock of water drops, I had to conceive and realize an electonic device allowing to drive a flash and a solenoid valve.