- Macro flash bracket and other macro tools for OM-D users
- A bigger, better diy turntable for stereo or product photography.
- More on building a better moth trap
- Control box for a focus rail, and other stepping motor-driven camera moving devices. The program.
- New control box for a focus rail with many other options
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Tag Archives: flash photography
This blog entry describes several things I have made/used that make flash and macro photography easier for me; a trigger grip/bracket I have made to support two Meike Mk320p flashes, how to use such a setup in conjunction with remote … Continue reading
High speed photography in daylight is difficult (and usually not that fast!). In darkness strobe pictures of bullets are made possible by utilizing a fast photo-diode or other photo-sensitive device as a switch – as the bullet passes the detector, … Continue reading
This is a quick post to show that it is relatively easy to get very fast, bright, flashes from larger LEDs than those I reported upon in an earlier post. I used the same circuitry as before but this time … Continue reading
In order to tinker with LED-based flash lighting, it seemed like a good idea to have some way of measuring flash intensity and also flash duration. Intensity seemed like it might be quite difficult to get results in meaning units … Continue reading
I recently read on the Dreamingrobots Forum (http://www.dreamingrobots.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=2237) about a very fast LED-based flash gun called the Vela 1 (http://www.vela.io/). This flash gun is amazingly speedy, delivering significant amounts of light within 500ns. That’s incredibly quick even by comparison to … Continue reading