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a splash of colour

By EddieAC    
This was taken from my second try at water droplets.

The background was a print created in photoshop using the radial gradient. I need to practice this more but this is one I am happy with.

I used an empty plastic milk container to drop the water. I drilled a hole into the lid and put sellotape across the hole an made a tiny hole in the tape. This was suspended over a water filled baking tray and my SB-600 speedlight provided the exposure.

Tags: Nikon Splash Close-up and macro D200 Water droplets

Voters: handlerstudio, Ady_E, bluesandtwos and 11 more

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Nic the color.


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Ady_E 4 4 Australia
11 Jun 2014 4:51AM
Truly stunning!



LynneJoyce Plus
10 20 99 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2014 1:18PM
Brilliant in every sense.
Richsr 11 91 223 England
21 Oct 2014 1:30PM
A good start to what can be hours of fun, like the colours too
C_G 2 12 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2015 10:29PM
Wow! You have some amazing talent! This makes me want to try out water drop photography massively!

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