Fun with long exposure and multi-strobe

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  1. KD5NRH

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    Night shot of a fountain in Dublin. (Dublin, Texas, that is.)

    The intent was to use the multi-strobe to get some definition in the water, while still maintaining a strong moving-water haze. I'm going to need to spend some more time out there playing with the effect until I get just what I want overall, but this one is pretty close to what I want with the fountain.
     
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    yeah the flash looks like it may have ruined the creamyness of the running water by freezing it for that strobe hit.
     
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    I wanted a little bit of definition; the plume is just a white blob otherwise, but I also wanted the misty effect on the pool where it splashes in. I think my next attempt will involve a couple more strobes all synced, rather than moving around manually triggering a single one. That should freeze it only once and not overpower the mist, rather than getting a bit different position frozen every time the strobe fired.
     

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