those who say nothing is impossible have never tried to staple water to thin air.
let's say that it would be extraordinarily, unbelievably, so-close-to-impossible-that-it's-highly-unlikely-that-they-do-this-as-much-as-they-claim-to difficult. does that make you feel better? i still believe that it is entirely more likely that this is three images in one.
Absolutely amazing photo this seems almost mystical - on a totally different note your landscape type pic's (demonic buildings, giant spider things and so forth) ... absolutely beautiful work, very striking
Art is art. The nude female form can be found just about anywhere! And trust me, if some 12 year old wanted to see a pair of boobs, it wouldn't be hard with a click of a mouse. This is nothing compared to the endless limits of the internet. If your going to preach then take it somewhere else...
I know what you said is a few years old, but I just wanted to point out that the "first" settlers of America were Puritans and 1 in 16 Americans can trace their roots back to the puritans. Maybe that has something to do with the thinking in America.
I have left other comments so I won't be redundant here. Sufice it to say it excites the mind of the possibilities new techniques open up in the world of art.
One question though, 3 cameras shooting at 1/10,000, probably started seconds before the milk is thrown...
How many images did you end up with at the end of this shoot alone? Obviously you would concern yourself with the actual splash moment but still... thats still something like 800 images per camera each in just a few seconds?
Okay, idiot me... You could have a light sensor or trigger to start cameras at the moment, but that is still alot of images to review. Heh, heh, no matter the technology sweat and tears are still needed, creation of art never truely changes much does it.