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Freeze Frame.
Lens: 18-250 Pentax Camera: K5IIs ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/160s Aperture: F6.3 
Posted By: charliezap, 08-05-2017, 05:21 PM

Just playing around for a Face Book post that I thought that I would share here.I had the camera on burst mode on a tripod and set my Vivitar flash on low power but lower flash duration.The 18-250 lens was set at 1-2ft at manual focus and I proceeded to fire away.Doing this works well when the only light available to capture the shot is from the flash.My Vivitar flash on low power fires at around 1/30,000 sec.--charliezap

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An excellent series charliezap...............
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Nicely done! I must give water splashes another try, been a while
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A lovely set of photos with and interesting technic.

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An excellent series charliezap...............
Thanks Em.--It's fun trying out new ways to capture a moment.--charliezap
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That was just great entertainment with my morning coffee Charlie. Just a fun series to see.
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That was just great entertainment with my morning coffee Charlie. Just a fun series to see.
Same here, Capn. Of course, I don't have the money to throw mine around like that.

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Nicely done! I must give water splashes another try, been a while
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A lovely set of photos with and interesting technic.
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That was just great entertainment with my morning coffee Charlie. Just a fun series to see.
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Thanks Em.--It's fun trying out new ways to capture a moment.--charliezap
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Same here, Capn. Of course, I don't have the money to throw mine around like that.

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Thanks all.--a real easy one to try is--Take the grill off of a house fan-put a piece of tape on the blade(s) and take a shot of the spinning fan with either your on board camera flash or a shoe flash.--Post it here--charliezap

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