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Pete Plus
14 18.8k 96 England
1 Feb 2013 10:41AM
No Photoshop? That's very well executed if not!

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tonyheps 13 6 1
1 Feb 2013 12:23PM
The background is an original photo of mine printed as a backdrop (a little cleaning up in p'shop for this). Two flashguns fired at the background provide the light for the droplets and the reflection of the print is illuminated as well. I'm using the "Camera Axe" from "Dreaming Robots" in America to control the sequence of events ie open shutter, release droplets, fire strobes, close shutter. All takes place in a darkened room so exposure is controled by strobes only - timing here is critical and the cameras is too slow to rely on!
Despite all this it's still a numbers game with every droplet slightly different and results infinitely variable - great fun!

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