If you drop two very different objects from the same height will they land at the same time? And if you repeat this in vacuum will the result be different? Click throught to find out the answer with Newton's laws of motion and universal gravitation!
Have you ever wondered why the sky is blue, the sun is yellow and sunrises/sunsets are red? This is due to Rayleigh scattering from the air molecules. The molecules scatter more blue light than red light so when looking at the sky it seems blue! Click through to learn more.
Have you ever been to a physics conference, or a photography conference? I had the chance to go to both in the last few weeks in the US. Click through to read more about my experience, and the differences and similarities between them!
Have you ever wondered why things that are further away look smaller? Click through to learn more about angles and how to use them to take cool funky photographs :)
As most of you probably know, colours correspond to different wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum. But what wavelength represents the colour pink? Click through to learn more :)
Welcome to my new blog "Physics and Photography" :) I am a physicist in love with photography and my passions will combine here! I this blog I will write about the cool physics behind photography and how I incorporate it into my images.