Edward Horsford is a photographer and designer who works with fast speeds in the camera, and can manage to capture the exact point when plastic balloons explode. His approach to the visual was in a creative and experimental way . As in most of the techniques of high speed, the camera is the least important part of the shooting. It is programmed with an exposure of 1-2 seconds. The trick is in the flash, which fires at 1/86 or 1/128 of a second. Horsford also has built a trigger throwing the flash by detecting sound when the balloon bursts. The process is as follows: click the balloons with a pin and performs various stunts with the globe to find the right position without blocking the light. To create more dynamic, he sometimes colors the water.
Source and images: ©Edward Horsford