Chloe Potts

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Normal speed strobe, snoot, match and two incense sticks. Photographed by Alan Sailer which has been able to capture the smoke from the fire.

Normal speed strobe, snoot, match and two incense sticks. Photographed by Alan Sailer which has been able to capture the smoke from the fire.

I shot this in a completely dark room. Camera on a tripod with wired shutter remote. External flash on the right with wireless trigger. Camera settings: ISO: 100 aperture: f/11 shutter speed: 1/5 sec Focus: Manual Flash: 1/4

roxje photoshoots I shot this in a completely dark room. Camera on a tripod with wired shutter remote. External flash on the right with wireless trigger. Camera settings: ISO: 100 aperture: shutter speed: sec Focus: Manual Flash:

High speed photography

High Speed Photography by Lex Augusteijn. Lex Augusteijn is an amateur Dutch photographer specialising in high-speed photography.

Photographing moving water or water drops is a fun challenge. In this tutorial, I’m going to show how to shoot an impressive image of a splash of water without expensive gear, like an external flash or a photo studio. I’ve gathered few easy steps to follow including all the settings, tricks and equipment you need for guaranteed success. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Long; Tags: Shooting, Speedlights, White backdrop

Photographing moving water or water drops is a fun challenge. In this tutorial, I’m going to show how to shoot an impressive image of a splash of water without expensive gear, like an external.

Photographing moving water or water drops is a fun challenge. In this tutorial, I’m going to show how to shoot an impressive image of a splash of water without expensive gear, like an external flash or a photo studio. I’ve gathered few easy steps to follow including all the settings, tricks and equipment you need for guaranteed success. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Long; Tags: Shooting, Speedlights, White backdrop

Photographing moving water or water drops is a fun challenge. In this tutorial, I’m going to show how to shoot an impressive image of a splash of water without expensive gear, like an external.