Incredible New Camera Can Capture Neurons and Shockwaves at 1 Trillion Frames Per Second
1 month ago - By Peta Pixel
We crossed the 1 trillion frames-per-second barrier a while back , but a group of Caltech scientists just made another leap. Their new camera doesn't just shoot up to 1 trillion fps, it can do it while capturing transparent objects like neurons and invisible phenomena like shockwaves.
The camera does something called phase-sensitive compressed ultrafast photography , which combines a previous breakthrough that allowed for 1 trillion fps photography with a 100-year-old photographic technique called phase-contrast microscopy. Put together, these two technologies allow scientists to capture...
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So you want to be an artist 1 and a new page JUST for comics
1 month ago - By Pascal Campion
So you want to be an artist 1
I finally started this new page I was talking about last week where I'll post only the comics I've done.
I'll just post them one day at the time, maybe more but for now, that's the plan. There are over a hundred of them so that should keep me busy for a bit!
I'm starting with the "So you want to be an Artist series"
Oh.. the name of the new page is Pascalwithducks
Funny, hu? That's because EVERYTHING else was taken in terms of name.
If you guys have a better name, let me know, if not, I'm ok with that
I'll probably post the strips here as...
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On a Sunny Day, New Contemporary Landscape Painting by Sheri Jones
On a Sunny Day11x14 oil on canvas While out on a walk I saw this pink house and took a photo. I've had the image for years and stumbled on it recently. I liked the pink house...
Aerial Photographs of Vast Ocean Landscapes by Tobias Hägg Observe Earth's...
All images © Tobias Hägg, shared with permission Photographing the jewel-toned waters jutting up against beaches and the salt-speckled lagoons, Tobias Hägg frames some of...
July 1941. "Bridgeport, Wisconsin." Namesake of the Bridgeport Bridge. Medium format acetate negative by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.
These are the Finalists for 2020 World Press Photo of the Year
The World Press Photo Foundation has revealed the finalists of one of the most coveted awards in photojournalism. Picking from 73,996 photos submitted by over 4,200...
MY LUCKY DAY
I headed out, hoping to find some critters to photograph for my next blog. I went first to the ballpark to search for a Snowy Owl, but I struck out. LOL My Plan B was to head...
The Big Cheese: 1941
July 1941. "Removing the curd from the whey. Swiss cheese factory in Madison, Wisconsin." Acetate negative by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.
US Filmmaker Arrested While Documenting Pipeline Protest in Canada
US documentary filmmaker Melissa Cox had a run-in with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police this week while trying to document an indigenous protest in British Columbia. Despite...
French Village..Watercolor..Texas Artist.Rae Andrews
This is another unframed urban watercolor sketch I have done in a series. I loved doing these sketches. I used deliberate distortion in all of them, just for fun.The village is...
Outlier, Magali Chesnel
Image manipulated Outlier, Magali Chesnel
Hands On with the Fuji X-T4: Trying the IBIS, 240fps Slow Motion, and More
I didn't have a terribly long time with Fujifilm's latest hybrid shooter before it was released-it was only about a week for what you see shot below-but thankfully, not too...