Photographing Armenie with high speed sync

Armenie – High speed sync fun.

I always enjoy being able to get my equipment out, if even only for a few shots.

This was take with the Nikon D3 using TTL high speed sync flash with an SB900 & 910 to get the nice shallow depth of field and the moody sky.  The final settings were ISO 125, f2.8 at 1/1600, Aperture priority with -1 stop exposure compensation with +1 stop FEC on my flash.

This is a great technique that we can achieve with newer flash technology.
Not a day goes by that I’m not impressed with photography both as a science and as an artform.

It helps me capture so many things that would be lost other wise.

ATTENTION NIKON USERS:
If you are interested in learning more about your Nikon flash, on camera or accessory flash, you can take a one day workshop with me at VPW… in fact, this Sunday we have a few more spots, be sure to sign up today!

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