• Working with continuous light plus icon minus icon
  • Continous light is widely used for bullet-time installations but this comes with a few issues that can become quite a headache to solve. Continuous light is either daylight, led panels or complex l... See more
  • How to avoid flickering plus icon minus icon
  • Flickering is a constant struggle for bullet-time systems. Here are a few tricks to reduce or even eliminate flickering. What causes flickering? Fluorescent lights (stay away from that!) Old camer... See more
  • Powering up your cameras! plus icon minus icon
  • Back in 2012, I remember that single event where we decided to run on batteries... a full 360 with 28 cameras running on batteries. Talk about a nightmare. I still hate myself for having allowed th... See more
  • Constant lights vs strobes plus icon minus icon
  • There are tons of different possibilities to set up your lights for your bullet-time shots. Here's an overview of the differences between using constant or strobe lights. Constant lights This is th... See more
  • 4 ways to combine flashes and bullet-time plus icon minus icon
  • Using flashes / strobes / speedlights is the best way to freeze your subject. It is more accurate than relying on the camera shutter itself as we know that these are running lazy over time. It's al... See more
  • Trigger precision: how to achieve the perfect camera shutter synchronization in a bullet-time shot plus icon minus icon
  • How to trigger all cameras at the same moment? Continuous lights Make sure you put the cameras on Stand-by mode at least half a second before taking the shot. To do so, fully press on the trigger... See more
  • Improve download + processing time plus icon minus icon
  • We all want the video to start spinning in a fraction of a second, right? We've made a long way from back in the days where we were shooting at 720x480px to get a mp4 ready in 30 seconds lol. On a ... See more