flash speed and drop waters


posted on 20th of march, 2008

flash and drop waters

I take many photos about drop waters. To freeze them in their dropping time, you’d better use the flash of your camera. The light time of a flash is so little, that I estimated it shorter than 1/10000 second. In most case, the flash light is casted to the wall, and the reflected light illuminate the droping waters.

Comments (2)

Posted by Sidayong on March 22, 2008
they are beautiful
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Posted by Cleaper on March 20, 2008
Very impressive shots!



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