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    Fake high speed photography .

    This is and isn't high speed photography . I used two SB800s at 1/128th power but the subjects weren't moving very fast . I put them on a table , hit it from underneath with a hammer and let the sound activated switch fire the flash .











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    way cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kym View Post
    way cool!
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    Amazing and
    Thanks , I need to come up with some more ideas though

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    Excellent stuff Desmond.
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    Quote Originally Posted by I @ M View Post
    Excellent stuff Desmond.
    Thanks - I feel like a bit of a cheat though since it's not what it looks like

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesmondD View Post
    Thanks , I need to come up with some more ideas though
    Just for my personal amusement, can you do a firecracker inside a pumpkin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiser View Post
    Just for my personal amusement, can you do a firecracker inside a pumpkin?
    Fireworks are highly restricted in this country .... pumpkins not so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesmondD View Post
    Thanks - I feel like a bit of a cheat though since it's not what it looks like
    Who cares. It is what it is.

    Interesting effect. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesmondD View Post
    Thanks - I feel like a bit of a cheat though since it's not what it looks like
    I wouldn't worry mate, it is the final image that counts, not how it was achieved nor the gear used to achieve it.
    In fact I reckon by getting a bullet "frozen" in flight your way is just about as effective as doing it the "genuine way" but with far less risk and expense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Vandelay View Post
    Who cares. It is what it is.

    Interesting effect. Well done.
    Quote Originally Posted by I @ M View Post
    I wouldn't worry mate, it is the final image that counts, not how it was achieved nor the gear used to achieve it.
    In fact I reckon by getting a bullet "frozen" in flight your way is just about as effective as doing it the "genuine way" but with far less risk and expense.
    I suppose so
    I'll see what else I can think up !

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    Very impressive trickery!! Fantastic series indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skullobsessed View Post
    Very impressive trickery!! Fantastic series indeed
    Thanks , the sound activated flash switch opens up a lot of possibilities

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    Thanks , the sound activated flash switch opens up a lot of possibilities
    yes i can imagine it would.. you've already got me wanting new equipment! so shhh HAHA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skullobsessed View Post
    yes i can imagine it would.. you've already got me wanting new equipment! so shhh HAHA
    You don't have to spend a lot - you can do it with a simple switch , it just involves a bit more skill .


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    sweet! well done.

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    That's thinking outside the box... Well done!
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    Haha that's awesome! Extra well dones are in order after seeing that

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    Excellent, Desmond. The more sound activated stuff you do and share, the more HWMBO will make me a switch!
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