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Dripping faucets

By Laslo
I made an image so that it opened a little tap. So much so that it was dripping. I set the camera into continuous shooting and nearly as I could go.

Tags: General Close-up and macro Digitally manipulated Wildlife and nature

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rajasekar 8 2 India
29 Mar 2013 1:47PM
Nice try Laslo. However to get a better output, you can increase the shutter to 1/300 or 1/400 with the same aperture or 7.0. First try to focus the tap edge by keeping a pen or finger, lock focus and then start clicking with continuous mode. You can get a much better, pearl like water drop picture Smile

Raja

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Laslo 5
29 Mar 2013 4:52PM
Thanks for the advice. I'm going to try it because I love to take photos, but do not really know. Courses there is no chance, so you can stay in the attempt.

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