Tipps and Tricks on High-Speed Photography

This site provides you with tipps & tricks about high speed photography.

You are invited to contribute and let us know about your own experiences. Just send us your post or editorial.

 

 

 

Releasing cameras and firing flashes by radio remote control

Releasing cameras and firing flashes by radio remote control

Usually cameras or flashes are connected to a light barrier or camera trap by a cable. This kind of connection is reliable and without any losses and should be preferred whenever it is possible.

However, there are applications in which a link by radio remote control makes sense or is even more advantageous than the connection by cable.

Download: Releasing cameras and firing flashes by radio remote control.

Tutorial by Hans Gierlich

Light barriers - camera triggers

This small tutorial gives you a brief summary of what a light barrier is, how it works and how to use it.

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Drop photography with drop-timer²

Tipp: Drop photography with drop-timer²

An introduction to drop photography with the drop-timer² and the eltima drop dispenser. The tutorial guides you step by step to get pictures of crownes, pillars and drop collisions on high pillars.

Download: Drop photography with drop-timer².

Written by Hans Gierlich

Drop photography with Joker²

Tipp: Drop photography with Joker²

A small introduction into the world of drop photography with the light barrier system Joker² and the eltima drop dispenser. It shows the complete setup and programming examples to get crowns, high pillars and drop collisions.

Download: Drop photography with Joker².

Tutorial from Hans Gierlich

Multicolour drop collisions with Joker² and three drop dispensers

Tipp: Multicolour drop collisions with Joker²

Based on the tipp "Drop photography with Joker²" this tutorial shows how to get multicolour drop collisions using three drop dispensers.

Download: Multicolour drop collisions.

Written by Hans Gierlich

Drop photography with Jokie² and drop-timer

Tipp: Drop photography with Jokie² and drop-timer

Tutorial how to do drop photography by using the light barrier Jokie² and the drop-timer (first edition).

 

Download: Drop photography with Jokie² and drop-timer.

Written by Hans Gierlich

Switching coils an valves

Tipp: Switching coils an valves

In the experimental photography, such as drop photography, very often coils and valves must be switched on and off. The light barrier system Joker², having four outputs with two switches each, is a very good choice to do this kind of photography. Joker² can control cameras, flashes, coiles, valves etc. However when controlling coils and valves special care must be taken, to avoid damages on the devices due to dangerous voltage spikes.

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