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Submitted on December 23, 2010

8 Comments | Favored by 11 | Views 2455


Shahram Mirkhani

Great shot!

Posted 4 years ago   

ziad alhalabi

1/1250 sec.
OR 1/125 !!

Posted 4 years ago   

Peter Prazenka  

1/1250 sec. is correct. HSS - High speed sync.

1/125 to slow for taking picture of that.

Posted 4 years ago   

ziad alhalabi

ya i know 1/125 is too slow...
good you have that HSS in you camera
in my 50D canon the HSS is just 1/200 sec.

Posted 4 years ago   

soccer mom

In the diagram, the middle flash looks like it's in front of the back-drop. Is it below the glass and angled up at it? It's confusing. Thank you for clarifying!

Posted 3 years ago   

Peter Prazenka  

Hi. It is below flashing the back ground.

Posted 3 years ago   

soccer mom

So it's bouncing off the rear material? Is that foam core behind the glass? The diagram is hard to understand that. Thank you very much for clarifying!

Posted 3 years ago   

Peter Prazenka  

Yes. It is one big poster from other side white. One is bouncing to the background and two others are from both sides. Thats all.

Posted 3 years ago   

1/1250 sec.


ISO: 200

Focal Length

50 mm

Exposure Bias




Lights Used

Regular Flash



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