[Tutorial] Shoot Motion/Multiple Images with Stroboscopic Flash

Do you have a Canon 580EX II or a Nikon SB900 kicking around? I bet you do. I also bet that many of you haven't taken advantage of their Multi/Stroboscopic Flash modes. Check out photographer R.J. Hidson's short video on how to use your flash's Multi Mode to capture multiple images in one frame.



 
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Gary Zin's picture

Very cool.  I used a different technique in July 2011.  Multiple images create some very interesting photographs.

http://doctorzandfriends.com/?p=1974

I did something recently along the same lines, using a slave flash on a D7000 in manual mode to trip profoto moonlights set up on optical triggers.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/stealth43/6716780155/in/set-721576289361038...

This has been done by Joe McNally so long ago... Can't find the video at the moment though