Standard flash techniques are interesting and very useful, but second curtain sync flash (SCSF) has amazing outcomes.
With SCSF, the flash triggers at the end of the exposure rather than the beginning which creates a trail of where a moving subject has been.
This is different to a slow shutter speed showing blurred movement. The subject is frozen with the flash at the end of the exposure so it still stays sharp.
I'd like to see your photos using this technique. Examples that would work well are dancing, sports, vehicles, toys; but any random moving object can be a good subject.
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