Wah goodness. How you do that? Like slow-sync flash or something? I really did not learn to use my flash all these while I've been shooting. Is this like the shutter opens and flash fires just before it closes? Like it's also a slow shutter speed to begin with and you're like intensionally 'moving or panning' your subject?
Please correct me if I am wrong. I've never done this while shooting, just remember reading about something like that from somewhere. Really want to learn how to do this.
To all those who have email me asking about my techniques and method. Here it goes.......
Yes, I used slow rear syn. 1/8 at f11 but that is of the least important..capturing those photos needs more than techniques. I've adopted a effortless effort, which means I never look for a photograph. The photograph finds me and says, "I'm here" and I say, " Yes I see you, I hear you."You have to see beyond seeing, which means when I goes to the chingay parade, the first things is not looking for anything. Just looking and trying to have as full an experience as possible. The point is to have a full experience, the photograph is just bonus.