Tip of the Day: High Speed Photography

Some tips for trying high speed photography at home: • Set up your shot in a completely dark room. Youll need to leave the shutter open and focus on using a flash to create the exposure you want. • Reduce your flash output to get a quick exposure. Try 1/6000 seconds. • A sound trigger can help you synchronize your flash with the action. • Set your camera up on a tripod or flat surface. To read more, check out DIY- High Speed Photography at Home by Karen Stroemvig at DIYphotography.net. Photo fro

Some tips for trying high speed photography at home:

• Set up your shot in a completely dark room. You'll need to leave the shutter open and focus on using a flash to create the exposure you want.

• Reduce your flash output to get a quick exposure. Try 1/6000 seconds.

• A sound trigger can help you synchronize your flash with the action.

•  Set your camera up on a tripod or flat surface.

To read more, check out DIY- High Speed Photography at Home by Karen Stroemvig at DIYphotography.net. Photo from DIYphotography.net.

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