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    • #420329

      I have a mate who owns a commercial studio a few minutes walk from where I work. We occasionally work on a new concept in our lunch breaks.

      ‘This was created in a single exposure, 1.6 seconds. The strobe used is a neewer Vision 4 on stroboscopic mode (15 flashes @ 15 Hz)

      the ball was bounced on a sloping table, then the camera triggered remotely  the camera is at the same tilt as the table.

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      • #420413
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        What a blast. Like seeing physics in action. Like to see shots like these with multiple cascading balls at differing trajectories. The possibilities are endless.

        • #420459

          I was thinking coin toss, but I am so going to try this as well!

          Thanks

    • #420352
      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      That’s a cool idea David.

    • #420369
      John Thompson
      Moderator

      Very cool David

    • #420380
      Frogdaily
      Participant

      What an interesting concept … looks fun too … cool results

    • #420383
      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Awesome David. I like the 3D feel in the second image 🙂

    • #420396
      Patrick
      Participant

      You have awesome techniques David and this is another good one.

    • #420460

      Thanks all – was a bit of fun to break up the work day. 🙂

       

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