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Very cool can you give a few details how you did it? But then you do know your starting to get cabin fever my friend
Thanks, I was bored as you might have guessed..I set my camera on a tripod with a remote flash pointed at the subject. Camera is set for one full second of open shutter time. I have a sensor looking at the subject in this case the fruit so as soon as the fruit moves the sensor beam breaks and fires the flash. Now the fun part..you have to turn off the lights and shoot in the dark. I used the cameras 10 second timer which gives me enough time to move back, draw my bow, aim and fire off the shot as soon as I hear the shutter click open. A challenge for My 51 year old eyes in the dark..I do use a tiny led flashlight to just give a small amount of light on my target but not too much light to cause a ghost image in the final result..
 
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