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Peter Prazenka  |  View Profile

Submitted on December 17, 2010

3 Comments | Favored by 7 | Views 2092

Comments:

Shahram Mirkhani

Hi there,

I really enjoyed this picture.. I by myself have experienced drop photography, I have Canon 550D and Nissin 622 flash... I can not take picutres faster than 1/200. Can you direct me?

Posted 4 years ago   

Peter Prazenka  

Hi. Firstly you camera need to have HSS (high speed sync) + your flash gun need to have this option as well. Try pop up your build in flash, use as a controller or master and other flash as a slave. Secondly setup wireless mode and your camera on manual mode. If you can not set up faster shutter speed as 1/200 you will be not able to use that flash. You will need some better cannon flash gun which allow you to use HSS.

Posted 4 years ago   

Martin Fenda

Peter Prazenka (Izzino): really beautiful photo. I thing, that the glass could be a little bit left (i mean more centered crop), but I cannot say one bad word about this photo. Really like it

Posted 4 years ago   

1/500 sec.

f/10

ISO: 400

Focal Length

90 mm

Exposure Bias

0

Camera

DSLR-A900

Lights Used

Regular Flash

Category

Object

Additional Notes

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