Simple Martini Splashes | Splash Photography Tutorial with Speedlights

By | January 7, 2018

Learn how to photograph splashes, in this photography #workphlo.
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Freezing motion is a powerful method to add magic to a composition, and splash photography takes advantage of this technique. By keeping our lighting setup low-power, we create a brief flash duration to freeze a splashing motion. Let me run you through my workphlo for how to photograph splashes with speedlights.

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20 thoughts on “Simple Martini Splashes | Splash Photography Tutorial with Speedlights

  1. qingling

    希望你多上传一些视频,学习到很多技巧,太感谢你了!我在中国成都。

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  2. Christian Ziobro

    Thank you for putting all of your gear with the links in the description below…It really helps.

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  3. chirag panchal

    Did u use high speed sync flashes to freeze the motion ?as camera limits to only 1/250 of seconds only

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  4. Sun Gallery Photography

    Finally! A great tutorial channel that is both informative and beautifully filmed. Well done and keep up the good work. Happily subscribed.

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  5. Beyond Photography

    your timing of dropping the ice cube and the triggering is AMAZING!

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  6. Ziv Arazi

    Hi, you are awesome, very good at passing us knowledge. Thanks man, and waiting for the next video, if you like, i will be happy to see some "lego" photography, i think its a bit of challenge, but i think you can handle it. 😄😄

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  7. Jernej Sever

    Hi workphlo, I was wondering what zoom setup on these Youngnuo flashes works best for this type of product shoot? Btw loved the video, keep it up!

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  8. SuperLumberjock

    It's my mostest favoritest comedian/photographer!!!!!!! wuzzup Dustin.  I'll have mine 'Shaken not Stirred"!!!!

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  9. Philippe Newman

    I've got a question. The ice cube has to be shaking the glass a bit each time (thereby rendering the initial shots useless or at least more challenging to be layered in). Taping the glass down, perhaps?

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  10. mp4podcastDOTcom

    One of the best photography channels on YouTube I must say.

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  11. Photo Lab UK

    YN560 TX flash controller and few Yongnou 660 speedlites – pocket wizard killers :))))

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