Set shutter sync speed Studio Strobes


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Setting shutter sync speed

Well, now we're ready to actually start taking some pictures. But there are some basics that you need to know. And the first thing you need to know is, what speed do you set your shutter for? When you're not shooting with strobe lights, you can actually set your shutter to any speed you want, and the aperture will compensate for it. Or if you have a speed light on top of your camera, it will automatically sync up, but this is a different world. There is something called a sync speed for each camera, and it does vary but it's in a range, and usually it's between about 100 and 250th of a second.

And it's best to look up in the manual or online, what is the ideal sink speed for your specific camera. Now I'm working with a Canon here, and 125 is perfect for a Canon in this environment. Rich's camera is a Nikon. And, it has a shutter sync speed of 200 that works well. So I want to show you the difference with setting the shutter to 125, what happens when you set it to 60, and wha...

Setting shutter sync speed
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Setting shutter sync speed provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Abba Shapiro and Richard Harrington as part of the Up and Running with Studio Strobes

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