High Speed photography is an art of capturing spectacular images of anything in very fast phenomena. Speaking technically, high speed photography is relatively capturing the movement or reaction of a certain object/thing in a fast phenomenon. High speed photography can be described as the science of taking pictures of very fast phenomena. It allows photographers to “freeze time” and capture spectacular images.
Alan Sailer is an American photographer who made these type of shots his specialty. Shooting various objects with an air rifle, he has set up a system that lets him take a photograph at the exact moment the bullet pierces the object. Alan sailer has 475 high-speed pictures of everything from ornaments, to rubber bands, to well just about everything else being shot.