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Herra_Kuulapaa_Photography

Herra_Kuulapaa_Photography

Finnish photographer and quite the experimentalist, Herra Kuulapaa, has been fine-tuning the art of high-speed ballistics photography for the last seven years, managing to freeze frame bullets whipping through the air just microseconds after they have been fired from pistols, rifles, and revolvers. With an emphasis on firearm safety, Kuulapaa’s images remind us of the sheer force and power behind these small weapons—apparent in the fast-flying lead and powder particles captured here—and provide scientific insight when it comes to the compressed air and gas that is released when a gun is fired.

Herra_Kuulapaa_Photography

Herra_Kuulapaa_Photography

Herra_Kuulapaa_Photography

Herra_Kuulapaa_Photography

Herra_Kuulapaa_Photography

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