Bullet in water

These Super-Speed Photos Of Bullets In Water Are The Most Beautiful Images You’ll See Today

High speed photography, the art and science of taking pictures of things that happen in a millisecond, far faster than any human eye can see, is always fascinating for the glimpse it allows into a hidden world that exists all around us.

But the high speed photographs you’re about to see, meticulously arranged and taken by Dutch photographer Alexander Augusteijn, may be the most beautiful and breathtaking images you’ll see today, or for a long time.

Augusteijn set up these shots of bullets fired trough droplets of water under colored lighting, creating the images via a sophisticated software program that makes sure the gun is fired, the lights flash and the camera shutter snaps all at the precisely perfect moment.

“I typically take a few hours to set up new scenery. After that, almost every shot is spot on, due to the precise level of control,” the Dutch visual artist told the technology site Mashable.

“This particular type of photography is very inspirational, too,” he added. “It allows [me] to explore the blending between technology and art, where technology makes it possible to produce artistic images that would otherwise be unachievable.”

Unachievable indeed. Take a few moments to marvel at this photographer’s stunning work, an exquisite blend of artistry and technical genius.

Bullet High Speed Photo

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Bullet High Speed Photo

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Bullet High Speed Photo

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Bullet High Speed Photo

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Bullet High Speed Photo

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Bullet High Speed Photo
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