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Old 01-04-2020, 08:21 PM   #1
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Chronophotography is an old technique that captures indidual frames of progressive motion so they can be blended into a single image or shown as a movie. Here's an example using an Osprey as the subject.

Farther down are what appear to be single frame photos. They look unreal. Meaning they look like matted images. I'm not saying they are, but that extreme contrast is startling.

   
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Old 01-05-2020, 01:28 PM   #2
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Pretty damned cool!

He's got to have some sort of "auto shooter"--can't think of the term I'm looking for!--on the camera to get the so many shots in sequence...




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Finally remembered the term!




My guess is that he uses a motor drive on his camera so he can shoot so many shots so quickly...




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Old 01-06-2020, 02:19 PM   #4
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There are a few DSLR cameras that can shoot 10fps (without using an external motor drive). There are quite a few than can take as many pictures at reduced resolution, but these images are definitely hi-res.

Canon EOS-1D X Mark II and Nikon D5 are two of those.

Very nice images and some serious work has gone into creating these composites.

   
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bo: There are a few DSLR cameras that can shoot 10fps (without using an external motor drive).
Ahhhh...I had no idea--I haven't really kept up with camera hardware as much as I used to...




>>Very nice images and some serious work has gone into creating these composites.

Yes! On both counts...I think my favorite is the 3rd (single image, sort of inverted "V" winged)...very, very cool...




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