The Digital Journalist
© KYE R. LEE/The Dallas Morning News
Stop-action photography freezes a single droplet of water as it spreads out after falling on a flat surface. "Everyone takes photographs, usually of what they can see with their eyes," says photographer Kye R. Lee. "However, I often realize that I can see something new in a subject long after I have captured the moment by looking at one still image. Seeing the way a water drop spreads out upon impact is something that cannot even be seen with the naked eye, but the moment can be frozen with an electronic camera flash."