A newbie...Johnny...


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soren20

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hi everyone, im totally new to photography. Your comment is greatly appreciated.
the pic taken was my 1st shoot using a700.

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soren20

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nice water pictures, how did you take them?
thanks :cool:

I had a pail full of water, a plastic bag filled with water hang above the pail, poke a small hole to let the water drip slowly.

Use a tripod and set cam to manual focus.

lastly just keep on taking using remote controller.
 

pooQy

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Cool pictures!
Keep shooting more! :thumbsup:
 

soren20

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thanks people, got lotsa more to learn from you guys.
 

sidloojl

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thanks :cool:

I had a pail full of water, a plastic bag filled with water hang above the pail, poke a small hole to let the water drip slowly.

Use a tripod and set cam to manual focus.

lastly just keep on taking using remote controller.
i see, how come you need a remote ah?, and so that means these shots are trial and error?

and why is the colour different for different shots?
 

soren20

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i see, how come you need a remote ah?, and so that means these shots are trial and error?

and why is the colour different for different shots?

Hmmm, i use a remote to prevent any necessary hand shake. Did quite a lot of trial and error for the shots. You just gonna catch the timing of the water dripping lor =)

For the color difference, i did some read up, some ppl think they use different color background & lighting? Some use color gel. As for me i jus play around with the hue, saturation and color balance before converting to jpeg file ;)
 

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This should be in the Critiques section..

Btw... Welcome to clubsnap!
 

sidloojl

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Hmmm, i use a remote to prevent any necessary hand shake. Did quite a lot of trial and error for the shots. You just gonna catch the timing of the water dripping lor =)

For the color difference, i did some read up, some ppl think they use different color background & lighting? Some use color gel. As for me i jus play around with the hue, saturation and color balance before converting to jpeg file ;)
ah, post processing.haha. thanks for the info!:)
 

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