is Manfrotto 322RC2 Horizontal Grip Action Ball Head
hmm, i did that once in skool for a web design module. was using a canon 1000D i think. forgot what it was. I just bumped up the shutter speed to 1/500, iso was around 200 (Dont really play with it, cuz i hate noise) and used the pop up flash. I was shooting under bright sunlight and even so it looked overcast in the picture due to the Shutter speed. If your indoors i would recom you get a really bright source of light to aid your BIF (Built in flash). but yeah, to really freeze droplets of water and really fast movin stuff, youd really need shutter speeds of 500 and above. but remember with that you need tonnes of light.
~Hope that helps~
Oh and hi to everyone out there in CS, first post
Thanks for your tips man. However with pop-up flash enabled the fastest shutter speed I can set would be only 1/160s. Guess I just have to make do with it or get really really bright ambient lights to increase my shutter speed faster haha
Anyway, this is another shot I took. The droplet at the top still looks soft though. But no worries, it takes patience and I'll work on it
Last edited by Linnl71; 14th August 2009 at 02:56 AM.
wow tats a nice shot ...
That's a very nice shot. It's clean and very sharp. Awesome .
Yep, I understand, I will kill off ambient lights and make do with 1/160 with flash. That should be able to do the trick. Except that I wouldn't be able to see what I'm doing and have to rely on precise timing and many many takes. But still, I'm sure it will be very worthwhile .
Anyway here's my share once again, still not very good as droplet still soft. Maybe something wrong with my manual focusing haha! Still working on it though .