• Frozen moment
Catch a good stop-frame - a real art in photography. Sometimes it takes hundreds of frames, and sometimes it turns out quite by accident. Sometimes a photographer comes in professional equipment and high technology, and sometimes - the rate of reaction and luck.
We present you a collection of photographs taken at the right time. 25 amazing shots, which capture moments in real life lasting for fractions of seconds.
Shark hunting seals
The picture was taken by photographer Mark Payne (Mark Pain) edition of "Mail On Sunday" during the Ryder Cup.
image author - an outstanding photographer mid XX century, Philippe Halsman. The photo was taken in 1948 in New York. On the count of "three" assistants Halsman splashed a bucket of water and threw cats into the air. To the "four" Dali jumping and Halsman photographed. Then Halsman was removed in a dark room to show the film, and wiped the floor assistants and calmed cats. Work on the image lasted 6 hours continuously. Cats threw 28 times.
In the shower
The image from a series of photos by American photographer Kerry Skarbakka (Kerry Skarbakka), where he was captured in the course of the fall. During shooting Kerry best protect themselves tether, which he later removed in Photoshop. Two more works Kerry Skarbakka from the series "The Struggle to Right Oneself".
Beysdzhamper England Ralph Grineuey jumping from the tallest building in the world - the tower in Kuala Lumpur.
Photographer Oliver Rath (Oliver Rath)
The race on the buffalo
Photographer Mohamad Fadli (Muhammad Fadli).
Author Sergei Sedov
Author Sergei Sedov
Author Kvinnell Kane (Kane Quinnell)
The man with the stick attack police during a general 48-hour strike in Athens, June 28, 2011
In the zoo
Photo on which Rio Ferdinand from the "Manchester United" and Carlos Tevez of "Manchester City" are fighting for a soccer ball in a very funny pose, took a photo of the publication The Sun.
Photographer Mike Powell (Mike Powell)
Photo party competition Sony World Photography Awards 2011.
Photographer Nikola Bombassi (Nicola Bombassei)