Bursting Flash with Long Exposure

2009-09-04 3

Use many flashes and long-exposure for dark action shots.

I used my Holgon Strobe flash together with my Lomo LC- A. So while holding the Holgon flash in my hand, I press the shutter button and keep it there as the lens opens for a bit of a time and from there you can trigger the Holgon – FLASH FLASH FLASH, et voila! Works great for live gig or clubbing shots! Great for situations that would otherwise be gloomy.

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written by catx on 2009-09-04 #gear #tutorials #long-exposure #tips #tipster #strobe #flash #quickie-tipster

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3 Comments

  1. stouf
    stouf ·

    Nice one ! Cool results !

  2. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    not bad, like it

  3. tomk32
    tomk32 ·

    If you don't have a strobe flash it's still ok, you can just cover the lense with your hand while the flash is recharging.

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