How to see diffraction in photos

Started Sep 21, 2022 | Discussions thread
OP Dann-Oh Contributing Member • Posts: 976
Re: How to see diffraction in photos

River Photography wrote:

shutter speed controls background exposure when using flash, aperture and flash control subject exposure.


I understand that but its hard to increase a shutter speed beyond the flash sync speed, 1/250th. If I remember correctly I was starting to see "banding" in the images when I used 1/250th, see image below. This is what lead me to use 1/125th.

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I take photos, not particularly good photos, mostly abstract photos. Yeah abstract is what I would call them, you might call them blurry.

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