using high-speed flash sync / Auto FP (model – Aleona)

when you'd use high-speed flash sync / Auto FP

Going to High-Speed Flash sync, ie, over maximum flash sync speed, comes with a penalty. So here's a solid recipe for when it makes most sense to go to high-speed flash sync / Auto FP. When you need either - shallow depth-of-field, or - fast shutter speeds, and - you have the flash power to spare. As mentioned  Read more inside...

using multiple speedlights with high-speed flash sync

using multiple speedlights with high-speed flash sync

This photo of Angelique, our model, was taken at 1/8000 @ f2 @ 100 ISO. Yes, an eight-thousand-th of a second.  The accompanying wide aperture (with an ultra-wide angle lens), gives a unique look to the image. The shallow depth-of-field and high shutter speed are mutually dependent effects in shooting in bright  Read more inside...