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    Quote Originally Posted by pasiasty View Post
    shutter speed? does it matter with flash lights?
    As long as you are using a synchronized shutter speed setting, no. It's the paper emulsion speed, flash intensity and flash-to-subject distance that counts.

    That's why I posted the chart...

    [Edit: Flashbulbs are a slightly different story. Due to their slow-burning nature, their effective GNs can vary by shutter speed.]

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasiasty View Post
    Yes.

    http://pasiasty.deviantart.com/gallery/40471382 (blue toned)
    http://pasiasty.deviantart.com/gallery/40668190
    http://pasiasty.deviantart.com/gallery/41155433

    still-life is also possible:
    http://fav.me/d52cgvt
    http://fav.me/d5jr34z

    All taken with at most 400Ws heads. But if you want to take some high-key pictures, you'd better get a few 2000Ws ones...
    Nice work!
    Can something similar be achieved with speedlights or do they not have enough power for slow speed of paper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by analoguey View Post
    Nice work!
    Can something similar be achieved with speedlights or do they not have enough power for slow speed of paper?
    You'd have to keep very short distance between your flashes and subject (as Ken mentioned above). Or you may, for a static subject, open a shutter and fire the flash(es) several times (kinda light-painting with flash heads). Anyway, PE paper is cheap, if you have a suitable camera, you can just try.
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