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    Default one dot, two dots, and three dots

    one dot



    two dots
    (i'm not quite satisfied with this one though. there are some white curves i dont know how to get rid of)



    three dots
    (some friends of mine thought those were actually little glass balls i dropped in and asked me how the hell i made them perfectly vertically alligned )



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    and here's my "skinny lady"
    (i just think it looks like a skinny lady)


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    nice
    quite a change from the usual droplets..
    heheh
    give me a pen, and i'll give you my signature

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyLoves
    and here's my "skinny lady"
    (i just think it looks like a skinny lady)

    ooo ... nice, she seems to be smiling also ... got catchlights in the eyes

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    wow! I like #3. The first 2 would have been even better without the harsh shadows IMO. A bit under also

    What's the white liquid? Milk?

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    yeah the flash was too close. i couldnt move it far away. my kitchen is small
    maybe i'll try to do it again in my washroom but not sure if i could get the same result.

    @knoxknocks: i especially like #3 too. the liquid is milk. the red is cherry juice

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    nice but a bit flat, can do some curve or leveling to boost up the contrast?

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    did you use an IR trigger or just bash with burst? Very interesting work
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyLoves
    yeah the flash was too close. i couldnt move it far away. my kitchen is small
    maybe i'll try to do it again in my washroom but not sure if i could get the same result.

    @knoxknocks: i especially like #3 too. the liquid is milk. the red is cherry juice
    bro,
    u hv very interesting house.
    bathroom bigger than kitchen, hehe.

    ps-old habit, used to be a realtor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin
    ooo ... nice, she seems to be smiling also ... got catchlights in the eyes
    Who? I thought someone mention my name?

    Nice!

    btw, you use milk and food colouring? Did you finish the mendong after you shoot?

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    i think e pics are great. Loved e last one.

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    very nice!!!
    i like the 'lady' one ..
    how do u achieve this huh?
    d setup and how u "color" that drop "red" :P
    can share share? me noob

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    Hi TeddyLoves,

    I think they are great shots... all of them for many reasons.

    Cheers.
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    oh well the setup is easy. i'm sure there are many experts here can do better than i do.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyLoves
    yeah the flash was too close. i couldnt move it far away. my kitchen is small
    maybe i'll try to do it again in my washroom but not sure if i could get the same result.

    @knoxknocks: i especially like #3 too. the liquid is milk. the red is cherry juice
    u might like to try the reverse and use milk as the "drop" instead..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyLoves
    oh well the setup is easy. i'm sure there are many experts here can do better than i do.
    Thanks for sharing your set up, hope others can try this at home and have fun.

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