High-speed Photography of Popping Water Balloons

Poping water ballon is a fun to many kids and probably as well for London-based photographer Edward Horsford who creates split-second water balloon explosions. To capture these nicely popped balloon photos, Horsford has to take a lot of work and preparation. And here is the detailed explaination from him: “Generally I use smallish balloons so that when filled the rubber is very taught. The filling is mostly water and with some dye suually. I have a long piece of sharpened steel rod that I use to do the popping. I can mount it on a stand or in the air.”

Scroll down to see the results of Hasford’s hard work. And if you are interested to try it by yourself, check the tutorial on diyphotography. However, please don’t try to re-produce that unless you are fully prepared.

High-speed Photography of Popping Water Balloons

High-speed Photography of Popping Water Balloons

High-speed Photography of Popping Water Balloons

High-speed Photography of Popping Water Balloons

High-speed Photography of Popping Water Balloons

High-speed Photography of Popping Water Balloons

High-speed Photography of Popping Water Balloons

High-speed Photography of Popping Water Balloons

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