Behind the scenes | Using HSS Mode On Location

Flash - 06 / Nov / 2020

Behind the scenes | Using HSS Mode On Location

Using HSS with an aperture of f/1.8 and a shutter speed of 8000sec, the photo gets an excellent depth of field, and the background becomes blurred; this gives a nice dreamy look and feel.<br />
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High-Speed Sync (HSS)

Photographer Ryan Sims takes the LINK 800WS flash unit outdoors to use High-Speed Sync (HSS) during a portrait session. 

The portable Link800 offers wireless, battery-powered freedom and flexibility. The HUB remote controls HSS and TTL capabilities. Whether you're shooting videos or stills, you can do it all with the Link800. 

Behind the scenes | Using HSS Mode On Location Behind the scenes | Using HSS Mode On Location

Behind the scenes Link800 Flash unit and Octa softbox: 

Behind the scenes Link800 Flash unit and Octa softbox:

Behind the scenes Link800 Flash unit and Octa softbox: Behind the scenes Link800 Flash unit and Octa softbox:

Ryan uses only one flash unit in combination with the Octa foldable softbox 35" inch. Using HSS with an aperture of f/1.8 and a shutter speed of 8000sec, the photo gets an excellent depth of field, and the background becomes blurred; this gives a nice dreamy look and feel. 

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What we'd like to see from you:  

(1) Behind-the-scenes image showing your setup 

(2) The end result 

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