I am trying to apply high speed photography. In this still life photo season, my friend drop an ice cube into a glass of red syrup. Then, I allow my camera to shot several frames per second. I call it sewing machine effect photography because my camera will sound like sewing machine during photo shot. I am using my Canon EOS 40D and Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM Standard Zoom Lens.
That is a very neat effect. How do you do that?
Thanks.. using hi-shutter speed. It will freeze. 🙂
will be trying this effect as soon as possible with various items
Glad u eager to try this effect. Pls kindly share the result. 🙂
I love your phrase for the sound of a camera in servo mode. Brilliant.
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I love photo’s where the image is captured frozen like your red syrup. I need to experiment more with shutter speed. So much to learn about photography 🙂
Glad u like it and eager to try. Looking forward to see your shutter speed experiment result. 🙂
Really nice! Off to check out some more of your posts 🙂
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Thanks for capturing this moment and for sharing it with us. I truly enjoyed looking at your photos and hope to seeing more. Shelley
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a first class work…….
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This is really cool! By the way, thanks for checking out my blog. 🙂
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Hi. Nice effects. My experience is that if you drop the object yourself and use a remote shutter cable, you will have a better sense of timing and control. I do that way and it works good after a few shots.
Thank you. Glad you like it. Yes agree using Remote Shutter Release Cable is recommended for still life photography although we have someone to drop the object. It will also give more stabilization and less shaking especially for long exposure. Sometimes wireless shutter is needed as well. I used Pixel Pro Digital Wireless Shutter Remote Control Release for Canon. Thank you for sharing your experiences 🙂
I like that you seem to achieve excellent splash effects with a minimum equipment setup.
Thanks. Glad you like it 🙂
An amazing photo. Thank you for stopping by my blog. Hope you visit again.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
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Very good shot!
Thank you 😀
good effort, great results! (and you didn’t waste any real wine to do it!) 🙂
Thank you, Alessandro, for visiting my blog and for your honest comment. How do you know that is not real wine? 🙂
because it’s red syrup. you wrote so in the second line 😉
Hahaha nice catch, Buddy. 🙂