Stunning High Speed Photos by Martin Klimas

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This photographic series titled “Porcelain Figurines” by German photographer Martin Klimas, freezes razor-sharp images of the objects falling in pieces creating what he defines as “temporary sculptures made visible to the human eye by high-speed photography”. The Objects were dropped from a height of 3 meters (approximately 9 feet) and captured using a sound activated camera triggering at the sound of the crash.

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