Using high speed sync to photograph a glass of ice and whisky
March 16, 2018
In this video, Will Stead uses High Speed Sync to photograph an ice filled whisky glass.
High Speed Sync enables the camera to shoot at shutter speeds above the normal sync speed of around 1/250th of a second and in this tutorial enables you to light a subject using speed lights in a normally lit room.
If you have any suggestions for future videos, or would like to make a video for us, just let us know and if you like our videos, please subscribe to our YouTube channel and 'like' our videos.