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Drip, Drip...

By roelf  
At last I decided to try it. The combination was just right, a miserable late Saturday afternoon and not a great deal to do. I had just read Jonah Surkes tutorial on capturing water drops and decided to have a go my self. Well after about 250 shots at different settings and angles I eventually achieved a reasonable photo, (well I hope so !). But boy is it hard work when you don't have a macro lense or extra lighting.
Diferent variations can be seen and if you look at number 4 you can se my expensive studio setup !Wink

F8 at 1/30th in manual mode at iso 400 with flash in wireless remote mode slaved from the Camera buit in flash
ENJOY ! and please please comment if you see fit

Many thanks

Tags: General Close-up and macro Flash and lighting

Voters: AlleyCatz, David4583, jimbob1 and 18 more

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7 Nov 2009 7:28PM
Great shot, love the colours! Smile
AlleyCatz 14 274 6 England
7 Nov 2009 7:45PM
Hey Roelf....Have you got your dancing shoes on?

Really like the colours....... V2 is my fav....for its simplicity.

ATB Smile

ijaceone 16 2 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2009 7:47PM
Nice shot
7 Nov 2009 7:51PM
Lovely set of images -

hobee100 13 9 Scotland
7 Nov 2009 7:51PM
re #4, I thought I was untidy!

Cool though!
roelf 16 28 3 Netherlands
7 Nov 2009 8:04PM
Alley, I also think V2 is also my favorite for the same reasons
colmar 13 42 35 Scotland
7 Nov 2009 8:28PM
Wonderful set of images ... v4 shows you need to tidy up now lol thanks for sharing Colin
KarenFB Plus
14 5.6k 180 England
7 Nov 2009 8:30PM
My favourite is number 3 - a beautiful shape and I like the reflections in the ripples.
bzbee 16 108 3 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2009 9:56PM
Very successful and a good job in that studio!
Ray42 12 3 England
8 Nov 2009 9:00AM
Good work
Pete 19 18.8k 97 England
8 Nov 2009 9:18AM
Thanks for sharing the background images. It's good to see how people attempt this type of photography. Mine was done in the kitchen sink in the washing up bowl with drips controlled direct from the tap. I like the idea of a flatter dish.
bridget1234 12 13 1 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2009 3:17PM
I'm going to give this a go. Thanks for showing your set up. I prefer V2

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