Dealing Cards in Slow Motion and Rear Curtain Flash

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    An experiment using second curtain flash with my Canon 5D and Canon Speedlite 580EX.

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    1. Jacob Wighton 65 months ago | reply

      That reminds me of a photo I took except I used a point-and-shoot camera and a joker.

      Here's my card

      I like how your's is very clean and smooth though. Great job!

    2. Chris Giuliano 64 months ago | reply

      That is awesome!!


    3. Cieleke 64 months ago | reply

      Great experiment with wonderful result!

    4. sun|moon 64 months ago | reply

      Yes, I second that, great experiment and great photo!

    5. Danked [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

      nice shot. i wish my Xt could do that . i always get choppy motion blur

    6. Walter Oscar La Colla 59 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called High Fidelity Photo Art: 25.000 FOTOS!!!(post3,Comment any2), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      Vista en el buscador de cámaras canon eos 5d. (Yo también quiero esto)

    7. lgasparini 59 months ago | reply

      Wow, great shot!!! Is that possible to take a shot using the same technique with an EOS XSi and the built-in flash? There is no rear/front curtain sync settings to change, but someone told me it can be done in manual exposure changing the flash sync speed.

    8. R.Flix 58 months ago | reply

      I really like this, great use of slow synch flash.

    9. weird melancholy 57 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called simply elegance, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      This is miraculous!!

    10. rich.k. 51 months ago | reply

      amazing! well done!

    11. Benjamin Edwards 50 months ago | reply

      That's worked superbly. Inspirational.

    12. Ashikin Abdullah© 38 months ago | reply

      very nice
      thanks for the tips :)

    13. peterotoole™ 13 months ago | reply

      Brilliant concept!

    14. Sam ♑ 13 months ago | reply

      INVITATION Black & White Master Photos

    15. jefg99 3 months ago | reply

      Would it be possible for me to use this shot as an example of a technique in a (unpaid) presentation I'm giving to our local photography club? I'd certainly give you photo credit.

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