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Drip

By TheBaron
My first attempt at capturing drips, I love the detail and colour here. I'm really pleased with how it came out.

Tags: General Close-up and macro

Voters: argh22, urban-hero, uggyy


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Wow.. I'm always trying to make pictures like this.. but never get the right one... not yet.. it inspire me..

Great shot!

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uggyy 10 2.1k 9 Scotland
9 Oct 2006 9:45AM
Im the same, tried and failed Smile

Looks almost like molten gold..

Tommy
9 Oct 2006 9:47AM
Thanks guys, it really takes time to get the right shot, I went through hundreds before I got one I was happy with. The focus was the hardest part for me Smile
urban-hero 12 23 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2006 9:57AM
Superb shot but i'm afraid I find the black banner and the name at the bottom detracts from this otherwise stunning image (sorry!).

Andy.
9 Oct 2006 10:21AM
I'd agree with you, the reason for it is I use the images I have on deviantart:
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/41009351/
urban-hero 12 23 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2006 11:46AM
I still think it is a superb shot though!

Andy.
9 Oct 2006 2:34PM
Grin Thank you, it's much appreciated.
argh22 9 2 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2006 6:59PM
Really good capture!
tenter 9 1 1 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2006 5:36PM
Having assited my daughter in her A level photography, I can imagine how long this took to capture.

You have done extremely well to get it.

Just a couple of things I found when trying this sort of shot:
1. They tend to look beter when the camera is level with the water's surface. Although I like the golden centre you have achieved in this one.
2. If you want to make a crown effect drop water into very shallow water, or, just a flat surface.

davec
7 Jan 2009 10:43AM
Hi Tenter,

Thanks for the information, that's great advice on the crowning as I wondered how to achieve this.

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