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Falling into pink

By Madoldie
This photograph was taken yesterday using a tri pod, flash and some lens extensions. I was trying to capture the droplets of water falling from the flowers cut from the garden. I used a spray bottle to apply the water.

Tags: Water Pink Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Droplets Falling

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dudler Plus
19 1.9k 1948 England
7 May 2017 7:37PM
No exposure issues here!

I suspect this will have taken time and effort to get: it was worth it. There's a whole world in that droplet.

Other compositions are possible, of course - but this works well, the droplet suspended, momentarily, between flower and ground.

Worth repeating, I'd say, so you can explore the various possibilities for different subjects, backgrounds and so on...
Madoldie 8 586 United Kingdom
7 May 2017 7:59PM
Thanks dudler, the exposure problem is something that I need to work at, need to put a bit more time into it, a bit more reading up. I think that also the problem is that I'm trying to do everything to fast and not thinking, maybe sometimes I need to step back and focus on what I'm trying to achieve.
All the best,
Mat
banehawi Plus
18 2.8k 4319 Canada
7 May 2017 8:10PM
Very hard to get right, and you did.
banehawi Plus
18 2.8k 4319 Canada
7 May 2017 8:18PM
Didnt notoce the original, which I really like. Uploaded a mod, not too much done
dark_lord Plus
18 2.9k 825 England
7 May 2017 9:26PM
Job done I think.
I really like the reflection in the droplet too.
Robert51 13 8 129 United Kingdom
7 May 2017 10:27PM
Just love the way you have caught the reflection in the droplet. Also your choice of a very narrow portrait for the image. No good flower image doesn't come from spray bottle.
Great job...
dudler Plus
19 1.9k 1948 England
8 May 2017 5:30PM
Definitely it's worth slowing down and getting it right, then slowly accelerating the process you go through.

Alter one variable at a time - and check the histogram after every shot for a while.
paulbroad Plus
15 131 1294 United Kingdom
9 May 2017 8:08PM
Yes, well done. For me, as others realise, technique is everything and very few imagescan stand with poor quality.

Paul
Madoldie 8 586 United Kingdom
10 May 2017 7:34PM
Thanks guys

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