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有人这样问:“什么是高速摄影?”有人这样回答道:“那是摄影师的冻结时间。” 虽然有些偏面,但我承认瞬时的惊艳是无法拒绝的。


High Speed Photography,在1948年SMPTE(Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers)将高速摄影定义为:相机以128帧/秒(或者更大)并至少连续3帧而拍照的一组相片。高速摄影或许可以理解为延时摄影(Time Lapse Photography)的相反情形。

High Speed Photography is the science of taking pictures of very fast phenomena. In 1948, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) defined high-speed photography as any set of photographs captured by a camera capable of 128 frames per second or greater, and of at least three consecutive frames. 

High Speed Photography can be considered to be the opposite of Time Lapse Photography.

The first practical application of High Speed Photography was Eadweard Muybridge’s 1878 investigation into whether horses’ feet were actually all off the groud at once during a gallop.


第一个实际应用高速摄影的是Eadweard Muybridge,1878年,为了调查马匹的脚部是否在疾驰的过程内有一次全部离地。










日本艺术家Shinichi Maruyama近期有一部名为《KUSHO》的水墨画摄影作品。











Splendid work of the artist Shinichi Maruyama, born in 1968 in Nagano, and influenced by the direction of the Japanese beauty and the elegance of the imperfection. To note the strong use of the negative space which is in the art of penmanship. More images in the continuation.



Shinichi Maruyama于1968年出生在日本长野。KUSHO是他以“Writing In Air”的概念创作的,而KUSHO的解释为:空 书



空:the sky,(无)emptiness,(空中)the air,(空间)space,(短暂的)ephemeral

书:(书信。本)writting,a letter,a book,(书法)calligraphy,(笔记)handwriting







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  1. I was just looking for information about this when I discovered your post. I’m simply visiting to say that I really enjoyed seeing this post, it is very well written. Are you planning towrite more about this? It looks like there is more depth here for future posts.

    • Thx for your visit, unfortunately, I am not gonna post more depth or technic here about high-speed photography in the near future.
      If your are interested in that technic and photography skill, there is one suggested book, called “High Speed Photography & Photonics ” by Sidney F. Ray, you can find it from any book stone or in lib, hope that can give some help.
      And welcome back at anytime to read other articles you are interested. ^o^v

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