High speed photography is a kind of photography where the results can often be very surprising. And I mean this in both the positive and the negative sense. It depends entirely on the timing. As I told you on the ‘Pluto’ page, I use the Pluto Trigger and the FreezeBox for high speed photography. This allows you to accurately operate the strobes at a thousandth of a second. And that can make the difference. If you shoot a glass of beer, the difference between a nice explosion of glass and beer or just a puddle of beer on the table top, can occur in a few thousands of a second. So it is a matter of trying, cleaning up and trying again.
On the 'How to' page you will find some links to pages with some explaination on how I make these shots.
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