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Why Strobes Over Continuous Light

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Edward Olive , Sep 15, 2010; 01:05 a.m.

"When a person has a true genuine laugh or smile it changes rapidly. It is not unusual for me to shoot 3 or 4 fps over the course of a laugh (I don't do this for the entire shoot - just when capturing a truly alive and real moment). My pack can't keep up with that pace."

good point

I am used to shooting weddings and indeed shoot at 2-3 photos a second to get one eyes shut, one dodgy face and one perfect and natural real emotion.

Has anyone tried the new led light panels that are like kino-flo but tougher and lighter. they come with aa battery packs for location video shoots...?
Wjat do people think of daylight bulb continuous lighting using bigger versions of the new energy saving bulbs?

Nice article here:

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