Dancing droplets


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kakashi

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First attempt with water droplets.. C&C are welcome.. :)

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hookonclassic

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Nice shots! Sharp with dark background. :thumbsup:

Did you set up with different liquid? Is there any PS to achieve the tone color?
 

jonnodotsg

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your shots are gorgeous! would you mind sharing how you took the shots (setup, method, etc)? :)
 

royal

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your shots are gorgeous! would you mind sharing how you took the shots (setup, method, etc)?
 

dark72

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Nice series :thumbsup:
 

kakashi

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Nice shots! Sharp with dark background. :thumbsup:

Did you set up with different liquid? Is there any PS to achieve the tone color?
thanks.. play with water and milk (solid white color) for these shots.. color is achieved using color gel on flash unit, colored papers (as background) and pp in photoshop (color balance)..

Very nice! ;p

like the last 2 the best!
thanks.. also like the last 2 the most..

your shots are gorgeous! would you mind sharing how you took the shots (setup, method, etc)? :)
your shots are gorgeous! would you mind sharing how you took the shots (setup, method, etc)?
thanks.. most of the shots were taken at f/20 1/200 iso100 with flash.. camera on tripod with manual focus.. color paper as background.. plastic bag full of water is hung above a dripping pan.. shots with flash fire to the background paper..
play around with background color, falling height, depth of water in dripping pan, and dripping frequency to get different shapes and effects.. basically trial n error..
 

cabbySHE

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thanks.. play with water and milk (solid white color) for these shots.. color is achieved using color gel on flash unit, colored papers (as background) and pp in photoshop (color balance)..



thanks.. also like the last 2 the most..




thanks.. most of the shots were taken at f/20 1/200 iso100 with flash.. camera on tripod with manual focus.. color paper as background.. plastic bag full of water is hung above a dripping pan.. shots with flash fire to the background paper..
play around with background color, falling height, depth of water in dripping pan, and dripping frequency to get different shapes and effects.. basically trial n error..
Actually what they are asking for is to see a tutorial of " HOW TO..."
 

kakashi

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Actually what they are asking for is to see a tutorial of " HOW TO..."
for those interested, the following website provide a good tutorial on water droplet photography.

check out these amazing shots as well [here] :thumbsup:

have fun ;)
 

Zeddy

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I like all of them. Very nice.
 

IamJeFfy

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great shots! :thumbsup:

care to share which lens was used to photograph the droplets?
 

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