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A2 Photo Frame
- A picture frame is a container for a picture, such as a painting or photograph, intended to enhance it, make it easier to display, or protect it.
Freckles photo frames are freestanding and made from padded applique fabric. Each is designed to coordinate with a different bedding theme and fit a 10 x 15cm (4 x 6”) photo or picture.
A frame specifically designed for standard sized photographs, often with an easel backing.
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This is a series of shots taken with the flash in strobe-mode (which means the flash fires multiple times during a single exposure).
The exposure time is around 1/10s (see EXIF) and the strobe frequency is set between 50-90Hz.
If you do the math you will realize how fast these flies are. What impresses me the most is their incredibly short reaction time. The first strobe usually sets them off and 0.10s later they have traveled roughly ten times their own body-length.
To put this in perspective: In track and field sprints, the sport's governing body has a rule that if the athlete so much as flinches within 0.10 seconds after the gun has fired the athlete has false started. This figure is based on tests that show the human brain cannot hear and process the information from the start sound in under 0.10 seconds.
The reason behind this little project of mine was this: Every time I tried to take a photo of these flies they managed to disappear from the frame during the short (in human terms) time between me pressing the shutter release and the exposure being made. I soon figured out that they took off on the pre-flash that is sent out a fraction of a second before the exposure is made (to allow the camera to meter for the flash exposure correctly). I was fascinated by the fact that not only did they flinch but they were not even in the frame when the exposure was made. No species I've photographed before has reacted this fast.
Additional Strobist-info: I used the SB-800 on a SC-17 extension cord and mounted on a large gorilla-pod.
I decided to shoot photos of graffiti at an infamous abandoned beach house. After taking pictures of the graff, I noticed the wooden gate was partially open. After a moment of indecision, I went inside to investigate. As rumored the beach house had been gutted, structural framing remaining. I explored, took a dozen or so shots and then walked up this circular wooden staircase. Standing on the landing of a partially completed gazebo, i inhaled the clean sea air and admired the Pacific Ocean surf with the Channel Islands in the distance. A gentle breeze stirred. Leaves from the trees floated in the air, landing on the steps. I took several shots. Then I heard an angry voice shout, "what the hell are you doing on my property?"
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