Impressive Stroboscopic Horizon Tip

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Here's something fun to do when you find yourself in the dark and there's nothing left with you other than your Horizon camera and a strobe flash!

For this, you just need a stroboscopic flash and a Horizon camera. Have yourself located in a very dim or ambient environment, like in a party or a night club! Make sure to regulate the speed of the strobe flash, it should be slow enough to make a significant effect then set your Horizon’s mode in a longer exposure mode and fire them together in the dark. As the strobe pulsates and the Horizon camera swing its lens, you’ll get a slicing image effect! Your subject can either move or not, or try other things to get different effects as possible!

This tip is also applicable with any camera having a longer exposure settings or bulb mode like the Fisheye 2, surely it will give you a different kind of visual wonder and when it did, let me know about it! :)

written by dudizm on 2009-10-01 in #gear #tipster

5 Comments

  1. stouf
    stouf ·

    Aha ! Very cool ! And it reminds me of someone who had done something similar... But I can't really remember who... Anyway, it's a great use of the rotating lens ! : )

  2. stouf
  3. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    thi thith is i sis is vvv ve veryyy very cooo l l coo lll ....

    lovely tip! i'll definitely try this next time! thanks @dudizm!

  4. lomosexual_manboy
    lomosexual_manboy ·

    Very cool effect. Are there no galleries in quick tipster. I want to see more.

  5. majorted
    majorted ·

    Very cool, makes me want to go out and buy a strobe light! Oh and that shirt is equally ridiculous

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