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Hi and welcome back.

Yesterday’s event at BH Photo Event Space on High Speed Syncrhonization for speed lights and strobes went swimmingly!

Right after the event, I headed down to the Park West Camera Club for a small presentation at the Soho Photo Gallery, 15 White St, in Soho.

What a long day!  Whew!!

Thanks to everyone at both events who attended and made the day amazing.

Here are a few proof images from BH yesterday.  May thanks to Madison for modeling and being patient.

All images Nikon D3, 105 f/2 lens:

Phottix Odin Radio Trigger

Phottix Luna Beauty Dish with diffusion panel, SB910

Rogue XL Pro as strip softbox for hair light, SB800

California Sunbounce Micro Mini reflector

Exposure: 1/125 @ f/5.6, ISO 200

BH Event Space HSS Madison Hopkins 1 13 20142281

 

Exposure: 1/1,000 @ f/5.6, ISO 200

BH Event Space HSS Madison Hopkins 1 13 20142285

 

Exposure: 1/2000 @ f/4, ISO 200

BH Event Space HSS Madison Hopkins 1 13 20142287

 

Exposure: 1/4,000 @ f/2, ISO 200, hair light turned off on purpose to show control options of the Odin Trigger:

BH Event Space HSS Madison Hopkins 1 13 20142292

 

Exposure: 1/8,000 @ f/2, ISO 400

BH Event Space HSS Madison Hopkins 1 13 20142296

 

You can see a bit of an exposure and saturation in skin tone difference as I entered the underexposed world of High Speed Sync.  I left everything as it was at capture so you can see how the system works and some of the things you need to pay attention to when shooting in HSS.

The Odin system by far beats its competition in ease of use and cost for engaging HSS quickly and easily.

Looking for a good HSS solution, the Odin works perfectly.

Till next time, happy HSS!