Flash Photography Tutorial: How To Use High Speed Strobe Flash | Altura Photo E-TTL | Tutorial Video

Flash Photography Tutorial: How To Use High Speed Strobe Flash | Altura Photo E-TTL | Tutorial Video


Hi there, Izzy from Digital Goja showrooms. Today we’re going to take a look at the Altura Photo ETTL strobe for Canon. If you have any further questions or comments remember to leave them underneath and don’t forget, when in Miami come visit me at digitalgoja.com showrooms. Does my Altura Photo ETTL flash for Canon have a high speed setting? Well, it’s not a high sync speed, which is what some customers are getting confused that I’ve noticed on some of the questions out there, but it does have a high speed setting if you’re trying to do some continuous flash shooting. Activate your strobe and hit the mode button until you bring it over to the multiple little flashlights, what that means is, now it allows you to shoot at a particular power ratio, and notice out and change the ratio here, and also by holding the set button I can change the amount of flashes that I wanted to do per second so this way if I’m trying to capture very fast-moving subject matter I can do so, remember to always hit the set button to hold it in place, that locks it for you and now having my Rebel T6i to continuous shooting, remember that’s your button right over here and then you set it to the continuous shooting and you also have the silent continuous shooting, that’s an incredible feature that’s a new feature added for this camera not a problem here in the studio and I don’t have a problem with the silent mode. So I can go ahead and set it to the standard but now as I hold my shoulder down notice how it keeps up with the camera and gives me multiple flashes, so this way I can capture fast-moving subject matter. It’s a great feature very handy when you’re trying to do this kind of imaging.

2 thoughts on “Flash Photography Tutorial: How To Use High Speed Strobe Flash | Altura Photo E-TTL | Tutorial Video”

  1. As I understand it, the camera has its own setting within Continuous Shooting for how many shots per second that you set to any number that the camera lets you set. So what happens if that is different from the flash setting that you just set? ie: if the camera is set to take 6 shots per second in the camera, but the flash is set to flash 5 times per second? In theory wouldn't that mean that only the first shot is synchronized and the remaining are not?

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