Term - Multiple flash
|Multiple flash||SWPP and BPPA Photographic Glossary|
Tuesday 2nd September 2014
A flash technique where you fire the flash several times to increase the exposure allowing a smaller aperture to be selected. It can also be used for special effects; the most common being strobe like effect, following the swing of a golfer or the flapping wings of a nocturnal bird. It can also be used to light the same subject in several positions in the frame - to allow a multiple exposure effect.
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