Views: 653 (287 Unique) 
Vote 61
Award Shortlist   

Take your photography to the next level and beyond...

  • NEWS

Why not join for free today?

Join for Free

Your total photography experience starts here

Ticket discount with EZPTPS18 for The Photography Show 2018


This great photography and I like your motivation!


Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.

18 Feb 2011 6:10PM
Well done here. These captures definitely take some patience.
NevP Plus
12 853 13 Canada
18 Feb 2011 6:40PM
Love the contrast and smooth tones.
WOW tried this but never got such a great shot well done hope the next is as spectacular.

18 Feb 2011 6:53PM
'Superlative{A++}' super macro capture...LEx
TonyDy Plus
9 9 3 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2011 7:04PM
Superbly done.
digitall Plus
11 238 6 Wales
18 Feb 2011 7:10PM
Got some good height on that one Cheryl, is it the height you are after as well as the shape?
18 Feb 2011 7:26PM
Excellent. You make these shots look so easy.
18 Feb 2011 7:35PM
A wonderful capture Cheryl ! Well done
Steve_S Plus
12 180 3 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2011 8:03PM
csurry Plus
15 9.2k 92
18 Feb 2011 8:13PM
Height and the thin stem. Suppose both come together.

If I can get it to work all will become clear Grin

Thanks all.
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2011 8:32PM
Amazing! Great colours & sharpness...
RogBrown 11 3.1k 10 England
18 Feb 2011 8:50PM
Getting really good now Cheryl.
BeiK Plus
11 7 Scotland
19 Feb 2011 12:12AM
Great. Happy to be your 30th.
Stunning image, excellent. Wanqi
Ewanneil 7 1.1k 2 Scotland
19 Feb 2011 6:57AM
Very, very impressive. A seriously good image.
19 Feb 2011 9:21AM
Superb piece of photography.
csurry Plus
15 9.2k 92
19 Feb 2011 10:41AM
Thanks all.

Have cleared the decks for two hours to get the other shot to work, else it will have to wait until late March!
Sezz Plus
13 617 15 England
19 Feb 2011 3:05PM
That is excellent Cheryl, well deserved EC!

Sarah *
20 Feb 2011 8:46AM
Fabulous work
20 Feb 2011 10:01AM
WOW a great shot well done
21 Feb 2011 10:21AM
superb range of shots
glsammy Plus
11 205 1 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2011 12:04AM
Having seen this and some of your other shots It makes me realise how pathetic some of my efforts have been. I can't imagine exactly how you got these but it's making me think I should be trying harder. I put my gear away last year as I got disillusioned with my total lack of imagination (and skill!)Sad
If ever you fancy telling me your set up, I'd be very grateful!Wink
deavilin Plus
13 344 1 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2011 10:00AM
Yes Cheryl it would be lovely if you would put a tutorial on EPZ for this, I am sure there will be a lot of people interested to read how you do it Smile I know it ain't easy and it is all about timing please share Smile

Regards Charlotte
csurry Plus
15 9.2k 92
22 Feb 2011 7:05PM
Hi all. There is a tutorial on my website. Young Jonah did one on ePZ based on information that I passed on to him last year.

I normally recommend google and searching for strobist and water drops. There you will find everything you need to know to get started.

Was thinking of selling sessions, but I only have cables to trigger nikon flashguns Smile
deavilin Plus
13 344 1 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2011 7:21PM
Hi Cheryl thanks for that , I have wayched some of those videos and they all seem to use loads of hi tech equipment. i have nikon and my friend has canon we can both use our flashes with some wireless sender/receivers I have bought they are great if you want info please PM me Smile

Thanks again Charlotte
csurry Plus
15 9.2k 92
23 Feb 2011 7:52PM
Thanks charlotte, I use the macro commander to trigger mine, but I have looked at some of the ones on eBay for a bit more distance, but don't seem to need it at the moment.

Sign In

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join For Free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.