When you use the right technique you can capture a moment that is not seen by the naked eye.

 

Frozen Motion:

Have you ever wondered what liquid looks like as it is splashed onto something or in this case someone? I’m not sure how this idea came to me but I wanted to capture liquid as it hit a person. So my poor husband “volunteered” to help me.

We went outside to the sun to ensure we had enough light to capture the motion and started drenching him. Poor guy. It was fun for me!

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Blurred Motion:

Another great way to create an image not seen by the naked eye is to use a long exposure to create movement by blurring the motion.

 

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