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Visualized: high speed photography at mega low shutter speed produces stunning images

Laura June
08.28.10
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The high speed photographs of Lex Augusteijn are taken at a shutter speed of 1/10th of a second. The above image makes a bullet appear shockingly beautiful. Augusteijn controlled the flash, camera, and the gun with his laptop. Hit the source for more photos.

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