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    played around in shooting water drops....posted them in the Macro forum.

    Appreciate any comments Thanks!

    Water drops I

    Water Drops II

    Some examples here:

    Letter I


    The MAN

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    [QUOTE=tchuanye]played around in shooting water drops....posted them in the Macro forum.


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    nice!
    u used a starburst filter for the second one?
    ... did u use an infra red trigger or jus trial and error?

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    beautiful...
    i am camera stupid, i just take photos > website

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    a man is rising from the waters!!!

    can i say "nice shot " in here?

    anyway.. FANTASTIC SHOT!!
    “How fortunate for leaders that men do not think.” - Adolf Hitler

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    Thanks amospi,kopiosatu and yanyewkay! Glad you liked them!

    Quote Originally Posted by slaam
    nice!
    u used a starburst filter for the second one?
    ... did u use an infra red trigger or jus trial and error?
    Only close up filters used, no starburst filter....and also no infrared trigger....use Mark II eyeball i.e. see and agar agar snap

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    Nice nice very original and creative.
    Still not able to figure out how you do it.
    Just wondering if equipment will make a different if your photo.
    Example if you are using 350D.

    Cheers, I like it very much and hope to learn something from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agus
    Nice nice very original and creative.
    Still not able to figure out how you do it.
    Just wondering if equipment will make a different if your photo.
    Example if you are using 350D.

    Cheers, I like it very much and hope to learn something from you.
    Thanks!

    I don;t think its too difficult. With digital, one can keep on shooting and adjust its effect immediately. A DSLR should be more than able to take such shots.

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    wow, another nice series. As for the blue colour, is this done at PS or used LED torch???

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffhiew
    wow, another nice series. As for the blue colour, is this done at PS or used LED torch???
    It was naturally blue, but I did use PS to up the levels, curves etc....

    No LED was used, just normal table lamp and flourscent light.

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