Freezing motion, especially liquids, can be a tricky and time consuming process. In this Liquid Art and Motion photography workshop Karl shows you how, with careful planning and the right techniques, you can improve your chances of getting a great shot.
He discusses and explains important concepts such as flash duration, sync speed and mirror lock-up and how each of these are important to getting the final shot.
Working with two Siros lights, Karl explains his lighting setup and offers solutions for those wanting to recreate the setup with speedlights. He also shows you how and why it’s better to time your shots manually, rather than use sound or motion trigger devices.
This live show is as informative as it is entertaining – a must-watch for any photographer wanting to learn how to freeze movement and create artistic imagery.
In this class:
- Liquid photography: How to photograph splash shots
- Fast flash duration and why it’s important
- Using mirror lock-up mode for motion photography
- Camera settings for splash photography
- Creative liquid photography techniques and ideas
Questions? Please use the comments section below.