rosenfeld effect

Rosenfeld never liked to use flash with his photos, natural light was always his preference.
But once he started experimenting with a speed light (flash), he realized the shutter speed of his camera didn’t really matter as long as the object was dark enough to require additional light.
A speed light is so fast that the object its light hits will be extremely sharp even though the exposure time can be uncommonly long. The background on his photos have more light so they appear blurry, sometimes because of their own movement¬† other times because of the camera shake or both. He calls this type of photography “rosenfeld effect”.



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