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6t9able Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2013
Sweet!
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subi87 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
a very nice one
the honey following the curvature makes it a fantastic closeup
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artonline Featured By Owner May 16, 2010  Professional Photographer
Not all electronic flash is as fast as you might think. Actual exposure time will vary with the power level.
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iwfy Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2009
The honey movement is, to me, what makes this photo singular. It gives life to a still moment!.

A fav!
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t0rek Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2008
well, I would play with faster shutter speed as well, but =nodkane is right, you will need constant lightning for that
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jpcoto Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
I have to disagree. Flash duration in this case is 1/2000th of a second. To get that kind of shutter speed you will need like a f1.2 lens and a VERY big constant light (kind of hot too), so I don't think constant light is a practical option when dealing with studio photo, and certanly not for high speed shots.

Strobes is the way to go.
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MreviL-E Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2008
WOW, when I first saw the picture in the gallery I thought the Honey was a zipper...woe...weird eh'
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jpcoto Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
A zipper? How so? And if it was a zipper, what would you see if you unzipit ... her inner self? :boo: (I have to boo my own joke)
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nodkane Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2008  Professional Photographer
I think you should have tried a slightly faster shutter speed to stop the bluring of the honey drop otherwise it is a great photo and idea.
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jpcoto Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Maybe you're right. Then again, this was shot with a flash, one can't get any faster shutter speed than the flashes pop. So ... I also wonder why did it blur?
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nodkane Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2008  Professional Photographer
You could allways try continious lighting rather that a flash, but then again the blur does create a curtain feeling of movement as well.
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:iconjpcoto:
jpcoto Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
But continious lighting is used to get "motion blur" effects rather than stoping motion. That's what flash has always been so useful for
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