We all know that photography lets us capture moments that we wish to. But have you ever thought that you would be able to capture moments that aren’t usually visible to our naked eyes? Well, with high-speed photography, that is not an impossible task anymore.

High-speed photography is the technology of capturing moments that happen in a fraction of time and aren’t visible to your naked eye. And there are photographers who have mastered this technique. Today, we bring you a set of amazing high-speed photographs by Edward Horsford. Scroll down to have a look at the stunning images.

More info & Photo courtesy Edward Horsford | Flickr

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Edward who is based in London is fond of capturing images at high-speed. So, he had started this series where he captures images of water balloons exploding using this technique. The photographer did this series with the intention of challenging himself in both technical and creative manners.

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His aim was to capture images of moments that are rarely seen through the naked eye. And he had been successful in achieving his goal. In this series, you can see how he captured the moments of water balloons bursting. He has focused on the balloons to capture amazing moments from the time the balloon bursts, until the water splashes.

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So what do you think about these stunning high-speed images? Comment below sharing your thoughts with us.

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