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Yuri Arcurs, Shooting a Fighter Jet With 3000w of Flash Power!

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On May - 12 - 2018
Yuri Arcurs - Shooting a Fighter Jet

Yuri Arcurs – Shooting a Fighter Jet

Yuri Arcurs is one of the most sought after stock photographers in the world. There is a gripping story about him and his crazy idea on proving his ability to freeze a fighter jet that flies up to 750 km/ hour using flash lamp in super high power.

Yuri succeeded to prove that his idea is right and finally he could shoot that super fast jet. What he needed is a 3000W power flash lamp. Emitted from the ground, the heat of the flash could be felt by all the surrounding people in the shooting location.

Arcurs chose a medium format Hassleblad camera instead of DSLR because its flash sync is 1/800 second faster. Get curious? You can check out the video below: Read the rest of this entry »

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