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Use Of Strobe Lights

 
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AnthonyMartello67 AnthonyMartello67
New User | Posts: 4 | Joined: 01/13
Posted: 01/30/13
08:04 PM

Hello Community,

Strobe lights emit a series of bright flashes in different speed intervals using a Xenon flash bulb. Strobe lights are often seen and used in dance clubs and venues to produce the illusion of slow motion. Strobe lights are also used in alarm systems. In theater settings, these lights imitate lightning, periodically creating quick flashes of light. The interval speed of the flashes is adjustable to create different lighting effects as needed.

1. Place the strobe light in the area from which you wish to produce the flashes of light. Plug the power cord into the nearest electrical outlet.
2. Turn on the strobe light by pressing the power button located on the back of the strobe light.
3. Adjust the interval speed of the strobe light by turning the speed adjustment knob located near the power switch on the back of the strobe light. The speed adjustment knob will determine the interval time between flashes. Turn the knob to the left to slow the interval speed of the strobe light flash. Turn the knob to the right to increase the interval speed of the strobe light.

Best Regards,
Anthony Martello
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Gaadi1 Gaadi1
New User | Posts: 2 | Joined: 02/13
Posted: 02/05/13
09:02 PM

Hello Friends,

Essentially, the secret to having perfect lighting, in a location where it seems as though the natural light cannot possibly give such a perfect composition on someone’s face, is strobes. Strobes are lights – lights that act as a flash on your DSLR camera – that are specifically placed and angled toward a subject. The difference between a strobe and a "built-In" flash (or even an attachment flash) is that a flash module is directly connected to your camera – meaning that however you adjust you camera, the flash will always go off from the same direction as the lens is pointed, leaving shadows on whatever is behind the subject, and nearly destroying your image, putting unrealistic light on the subject.

Thanks and Regards,
Gaadi  

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