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What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

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  • 31 Aug, 2010  |
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Awesome photos by Harold Edgerton who made it his life's mission to analyze motion and extend our perception of time.

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1 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Golf Swing


2 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Tennis Serve


3 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Pitcher


4 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Fly Fisherman


5 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Crew


6 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Dancer


7 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Moscow Circus Acrobats


8 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Moving Skip Rope


9 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Antique Gun Firing


10 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Wheel with Square


11 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Coin Toss


12 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Fanning the Cards


13 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Cutting the Card Quickly


14 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Death of a Lightbulb


15 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Bullet Through Three Balloons


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Bullet Through Apple 1


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Bullet Through Apple 2


18 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Milk Drop Coronet


19 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)

Edgerton in His Lab


20 What the Naked Eye Cannot See (20 pics)


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№1 Author: Nsibai (31 Aug 2010 02:53) Total user comments: 5694


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№2 Author: adzhoe (31 Aug 2010 05:05) Total user comments: 14995


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cool
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№3 Author: raymond.wendt (31 Aug 2010 06:42) Total user comments: 9115


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Nice. 04
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№4 Author: skysyrup (31 Aug 2010 10:37) Total user comments: 51


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this is old school,wow!
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№5 Author: galz (31 Aug 2010 11:46) Total user comments: 2043


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№6 Author: doelbodho (31 Aug 2010 14:15) Total user comments: 332


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great shot 04
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№7 Author: joffenbaker (31 Aug 2010 14:37) Total user comments: 4968


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Good Stuff. I like it too many 04
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№8 Author: 2fuzzy (31 Aug 2010 15:12) Total user comments: 10400


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He also developed a flash for airplanes to use when taking recon pictures at night. It was huge!
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№9 Author: fluorescentG (31 Aug 2010 16:19) Total user comments: 3958


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nice but nothing here is really earth shattering revelation
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№10 Author: Lu (31 Aug 2010 19:12) Total user comments: 15096


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Nice shots.
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№11 Author: i macedonian (1 Sep 2010 01:27) Total user comments: 249


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№12 Author: Naxel (1 Sep 2010 04:51) Total user comments: 5


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You guys gotta realize that, at the time, Harold Eugene Edgerton almost invented that process which is called chronophotography, super slow motion wasn't really something that was existing even in video research laboratories. He engineered the use of stroboscopes into photography to make pictures like the ones we see at the start of the picdump which is a feat that no one really used at the time before the creation of his work.

Eadweard Muybridge, Etienne-Jules Marey, Georges Demen, Ottomar Anschtz, Thomas Eakins, Harold Eugene Edgerton, all used chronophotography for the scientific study of motion. Check those names out if you dig it or are interested in a milestone in modern photography.
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№13 Author: zwanggi keren (1 Sep 2010 17:47) Total user comments: 61


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№14 Author: Jinxaruny (3 Sep 2010 16:16) Total user comments: 10324


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№15 Author: mahedi (28 Dec 2010 18:26) Total user comments: 10772


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Woow

Woow
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№16 Author: plaidpancake (26 Aug 2011 19:44) Total user comments: 2475


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epic
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