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    Default Do you walk away with slow sync?

    Just wondering out loud:

    Can your subject just walk away with the shutter still open for a slow sync shot so that the bkgd can be exposed?

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    Default Re: Do you walk away with slow sync?

    Originally posted by Paladin
    Just wondering out loud:

    Can your subject just walk away with the shutter still open for a slow sync shot so that the bkgd can be exposed?
    Depending on ambient lighting conditions, he/she may/may not leave behind a "ghost" image.

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    depends on the background. I tried once (using 15s slow sync)... and streaks of car lights appeared in the hair and face
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    So bkgd shld be dark? and shutter should not be open too long?

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    Originally posted by mpenza
    depends on the background. I tried once (using 15s slow sync)... and streaks of car lights appeared in the hair and face
    just like what i try last time...
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