My previous thread's title din seem to get the help I need - So I created a new one
Thanks Roy, and apologies for not having removed the dup. before I started another one.
My question is - How to shoot those "droplet splashes".
I just watched this programme on Channel U on Tuesday night at 9.30pm
- "Project Y II Y计划 - 行行出状元"
It was introducing some guy studying design in Temasek and all.
At the end of the show, when the credits were rolling, I saw this part where there was a group of students in a studio dripping some orange coloured liquid into a huge tank of water. The setup seemed to be a single backlit for the tank of water, and the resulting photos were multiple freeze frames of orange droplet splashes. (They were using a DSLR & computer)
I am assuming that the orange liquid compound is slightly heavier than water causing it to slow down enough for non-flash photo capture of it splashing into the bottom of the tank of water.
Anyone have any idea what that whole setup is or what the liquid compound is?
If you have friends studying design in TP, pls help to ask, I would really like to find out more.