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Jeffrey:
I'm interested in knowing if anyone is doing stop motion, say a drop of water bouncing up after it hits water, a wine glass shattering and capturing the wine as the glass explodes, that sort of dramatic photo style, and what type of light/shutter trigger you are using to make those captures. Thanks much!

tolusina:
Kai shows a way...........
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04kyG4WxLyY&list=UUuw8B6Uv0cMWtV5vbNpeH_A

Arthur_Nunes:
Stop motion is a terminology with stands for making stopped objects appear to be moving (like those animated movies we see)



You are referring to high speed photography. There are some automated ways to shoot moving objects, like Nero Trigger, a laser sensor based trigger. All you have to do is configure the timing delay between when the object crosses the trigger and when it go on frame

surapon:

--- Quote from: Jeffrey on September 03, 2014, 05:55:23 PM ---I'm interested in knowing if anyone is doing stop motion, say a drop of water bouncing up after it hits water, a wine glass shattering and capturing the wine as the glass explodes, that sort of dramatic photo style, and what type of light/shutter trigger you are using to make those captures. Thanks much!

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Dear Jeffrey.
Here is some of the way that I do.
Enjoy
Surapon
http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=19146.0

niteclicks:
I use the Camera Axe, its open source, so you can build your own if your handy with electronics and soldering. Lots of different ways to trigger , sound , lazer, light, etc.

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