Originally inspired by mirages and other types of natural phenomena like the twinkling of stars at night where the density of gas (as well as liquid), scientists in the 1860s devised an optical technique called Schlieren photography (the German word for ‘streak’) to isolate distorted light rays from factors such as heat, chemical reaction, and force. Here is a hi-speed photo of a woman shooting a rifle in a Schlieren optical setup (a diagram for the setup can be found […]
The stream of stimuli that has flooded our lives due to the internet is dumbfounding; especially when you hold the modern flow in comparison with that of only 20 years ago. Debatably there are many positives and negatives, but it certainly can help to inspire. Here are some miscellaneous images pulled from the unending search for thought provoking visuals and fascinating artifacts of human culture. If you’re digging on these images / theme of Miscellanea, you just might want to […]
Hey-ooo! Heres a wee smattering of intrigues from the random images folder to provide some thought fodder for yawl -ENJURRR :} https://capturingcapacity.com/?s=Miscellanea+
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Fluid dynamics are simply mesmerizing. Mirror a video of monochromatic drop dispersion, and set it to some cool music?! Wow. See what you see in Isaac Hastings Liquid Rorschach test. NO WRONG ANSWERS – ONLY MESSED UP ONES P.S. If you haven’t already, peep Isaac’s paintings and other stunning visual work here!
Alberto Seveso is a graphic designer / Photoshop guru, whose limited experience in photography didn’t keep him from experimenting with high speed photography. Mixing custom batches of paint and pouring them into tanks of water, Seveso made a niche for himself- even contracting out his photos to the likes of The Black Seeds for an album cover. Alberto’s most recent venture in his study of fluid dynamic aesthetics, involves replacing the water with oil – creating lava lamp-esque globules, of […]