Hugh describes himself. Born in Colorado, going to University in Portland, he planned to be a math teacher. On the way to getting his teaching degree, he saw physics and Tell in love’. In the end, he achieved a secondary teaching degree, and a degree In physics. Still, Hugh planned to be a teacher, but found that the role of teacher’ TLD quite fit. He continued onto computer programming, teaching himself, and succeeded with a 30-year career, leaving him with plenty of spare time to ‘play.
Being Inspired by A. M. Worthington ‘A Study of Splashes’ book, he began to try is hand at high-speed photography In the basement of his home. As he was orchestrating a splash, Hugh saw the water create a captivating and unusual splash. After a moment of consideration, he found that a second drop had fallen onto the column created by the first drop, creating a mild-alarm collision.
Hugh says that he thought to himself that should happen on purpose’.
Martin Hugh has now planned and captured over 100,000 photographs of water in flight, taking thousands of pictures at a time, in the hope of capturing that one special shot. ‘Fluids in motion fascinate my senses’, he says, they tickle some faint hysterical memory, like a scent evoking a forgotten mix of feelings’. He describes water collisions and splashes as sculptures that reflect a perfect balance of dynamic forces. Hugh says that setting the equipment up is the easy part of it all – the hard part is the timing and manipulation of the liquid.
He says that he still ‘dances and chortles’ when he manages to capture a specific collision or drop that he planned. Hugh says that his photography shows ‘physics infinite beauty, and that he enjoys watching other people view his work; as, to him, it seems to strike a chord with everyone, which is ‘unbelievably satisfying. Resources:- http://www. Martin-Hugh. Com/? Page_id=2 http://legacy. Lascar. Du/dept/chronic/highway. HTML Martin Hugh: a Brief Biography By hobbler getting his teaching degree, he saw physics and fell in love’.
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