How to Capture a Photo of a Bubble Bursting

Set yourself a high-speed challenge: Capture a bursting bubble

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I have always loved the idea of photography as being a way of taking an instant out of time, and preserving that moment forever. By freezing time in this way, a photograph can show something that may not normally be seen in day-to-day life, and can make an ordinary subject extraordinary.

So, when going through a bit of a creative lull a couple of years ago, I felt that I needed to set myself a challenge to restore my motivation. I decided that I was going to capture the exact moment of a bubble being burst. After some internet research, I came to the conclusion pretty quickly that I did not have the necessary budget for a super slow-motion camera to achieve this. I did, however, become determined to capture a bubble in mid-burst using only equipment I already owned – my DSLR, various lenses and a flashgun (speedlight).

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Using Yes or No

I would like to find out if there was a way to make a program not continue unless the user enters YES or No ONLY. Normally when I use the answer.equalsIgnoresCase(” “) if I enter the word “dog” it acts as yes. Can anyone help?

Currently I have it like this:

System.out.println(“\nDo you want to add another item? (Yes/No)”);
answer=br.readLine();

             switch(answer){
              case "YES":
               case "Yes":
                case "yes":
                case "y": continue;

              case "NO":
               case "No":
                case "no": 
                case "n": break;


              default: System.out.println("\nWarning: You need to enter Yes or No!!. Do you want to enter another item? (Yes/No)");
               answer=br.readLine();

                  if(answer.equalsIgnoreCase("Yes")){
                      continue;
                  } else break;            

             }
         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~OUTPUT~~~~~~~~~~

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Using Yes or No

I would like to find out if there was a way to make a program not continue unless the user enters YES or No ONLY. Normally when I use the answer.equalsIgnoresCase(” “) if I enter the word “dog” it acts as yes. Can anyone help?

Currently I have it like this:

System.out.println(“\nDo you want to add another item? (Yes/No)”);
answer=br.readLine();

             switch(answer){
              case "YES":
               case "Yes":
                case "yes":
                case "y": continue;

              case "NO":
               case "No":
                case "no": 
                case "n": break;


              default: System.out.println("\nWarning: You need to enter Yes or No!!. Do you want to enter another item? (Yes/No)");
               answer=br.readLine();

                  if(answer.equalsIgnoreCase("Yes")){
                      continue;
                  } else break;            

             }
         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~OUTPUT~~~~~~~~~~

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