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Optoelectronic detection circuit that will trigger a camera or an electronic strobe when an object enters the space between an infrared emitting diode and a phototransistor.
COMPUTERS & ELECTRONICS Apr 1983 (v.21#4) pg. 106

Using infrared photoelectric tripping devices to trigger cameras. Background information and a systematic approach to making unique photographs.

Controls in stop-motion photography that are needed to achieve precision and repeatability.
Added Info DARKROOM & CREATIVE CAMERA TECHNIQUES Jul-Aug 1992 (v.13#4) pg. 3

Measurement of camera shutter delays. How to take into account all of the factors which contribute to shutter delays when doing high-speed or stop-action photography.

Stop-action stills. How to produce quality still images from high speed motion picture film.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1984 (v.33#8) pg. 20

Techniques used for photographing an ice cube falling into a glass of liquid are explained.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1990 (v.39#2) pg. 42

How to shoot high speed sequences using an ordinary camera (with a focal plane shutter) and several mirrors.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Apr 1982 (v.46#4) pg. 86

Nomograph for selecting the correct high-speed movie camera image magnification or framing rate to film mechanical vibrations of a known frequency and amplitude.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY Jan 1972 (v.15#1) pg. 14

The mathematics of blur as applied to everyday high-speed photographic work.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY Nov 1973 (v.16#11) pg. 10

Polaroid MP-4 system. Part 3. External rotating mirror converts MP-4 camera for streak photography.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY Aug 1974 (v.17#8) pg. 12

How to make photographs of sequences. The various types of sequences explored include (1) conceptual relationships, (2) storytelling, (3) stroboscopic movement, (4) motion: multiple images, (5) motion: individual images, (6) panorama, (7) space, (8) multiple viewpoints, and (9) time.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Jun 1979 (v.8#2) pg. 88

Tips on using the 1/4000 second shutter speed on the Nikon FM2 camera.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Mar 1983 (v.11#11) pg. 58

The mystery of motion. Rafael Beer describes his technique for taking sequential stroboscopic pictures. Includes tips that an amateur could adapt.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Jan 1985 (v.13#9) pg. 22

Comp book. Graphic illustration of industrial glassware in a "hands-on" situation.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Jul 1988 (v.17#3) pg. 62

How to freeze action when taking available-light photos.
PHOTOGRAPHIC May 1997 (v.26#1) pg. 39

Film high speed particles on Polaroid film by placing a rotating mirror in front of the lens and illuminating the particles with a strobe flash of short exposure.
PHOTOMETHODS Apr 1976 (v.19#4) pg. 20

Basic techniques of high speed photography. Part 1. Emphasis of this series will be on use of 16mm motion picture cameras of the high-speed intermittent and rotating-prism type.
PHOTOMETHODS Dec 1977 (v.20#12) pg. 10

Basic techniques of high speed photography. Part 2. Estimating the framing rate and field width for 16mm high speed cameras.
PHOTOMETHODS Jan 1978 (v.21#1) pg. 14

Basic techniques of high speed photography. Part 5. Selecting lenses for high-speed 16mm intermittent and rotating-prism cameras.
PHOTOMETHODS Apr 1978 (v.21#4) pg. 16

Basic techniques of high speed photography. Part 6. Camera selections and operation.
PHOTOMETHODS May 1978 (v.21#5) pg. 16

Basic techniques of high speed photography. Part 7. Solution to a typical high-speed photographic problem.
PHOTOMETHODS Jun 1978 (v.21#6) pg. 8

Basic techniques of high speed photography. Part 8. Important characteristics of high-speed 16mm cameras.
PHOTOMETHODS Jul 1978 (v.21#7) pg. 10

Basic techniques of high speed photography. Part 9. Important characteristics of high-speed 16mm cameras (continued).
PHOTOMETHODS Aug 1978 (v.21#8) pg. 10

Basic techniques of high speed photography. Part 10. How to analysize the results of high-speed photography.
PHOTOMETHODS Sep 1978 (v.21#9) pg. 10

Bullet photography. How to obtain clear, unblurred photographs of bullets and other fast moving objects such as birds and insects.
PHOTOMETHODS Nov 1981 (v.24#11) pg. 37

Special section on high-speed photography and photonics.
PHOTOMETHODS Nov 1981 (v.24#11) pg. 39

Streak photography. How blurred images can be used in information gathering photography.
PHOTOMETHODS Jan 1982 (v.25#1) pg. 63

Description of how a head-on view of a .38 caliber bullet was photographed using a mirror.
PHOTOMETHODS Apr 1983 (v.26#4) pg. 8

Setup to photograph a bullet fired straight at the camera, without harming the camera. Requires the use of a mirror.
PHOTOMETHODS May 1986 (v.29#5) pg. 45

Optimizing high-speed imaging results.
PHOTOMETHODS Nov 1986 (v.29#11) pg. 8

Ballistics photography. How to freeze bullets in mid-flight.
PHOTOMETHODS Jul 1987 (v.30#7) pg. 30

Basic methodology of high-speed motion-picture photography and videography. Part 1. Nomenclature and camera fundamentals.
PHOTOMETHODS Nov 1989 (v.32#11) pg. 10

Basic methodology of high-speed motion-picture photography and videography. Part 2. Estimating framing-rate requirements.
PHOTOMETHODS Jan 1990 (v.33#1) pg. 14

Simultaneous recording of mechanical events and oscilloscope traces on the same film.
PHOTOMETHODS Feb 1990 (v.33#2) pg. 16

A sound activated switch for high speed photos.
SCIENCE & MECHANICS Jan 1964 (v.35#1) pg. 82

Dynamics of golf club studied with a slow motion camera.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Jan 1964 (v.210#1) pg. 131

Constructing high speed cameras for photographing fleeting events using spark gap discharge unit.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Jul 1964 (v.211#1) pg. 118

Experiments in glass fractures that won top place in the 21st International Science Fair. Article shows how to construct a device for photographing fracturing glass at high speed.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Nov 1971 (v.225#5) pg. 122

Low cost stroboscopic spider analysis. Using electronic flash and high-speed photography to study the movement of loudspeaker cone and spider.
SPEAKER BUILDER 6/1996 [Oct 1996] (v.17#6) pg. 54