Frozen, Splash


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ST_sg

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wow... eye opening man! Care to share how you achieve that?
Right from the preparation, to decoration, to exposure setting, to PS? :p

Sorry... I'm a beginner, hope to learn you guys :D
 

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ST_sg said:
wow... eye opening man! Care to share how you achieve that?
Right from the preparation, to decoration, to exposure setting, to PS? :p

Sorry... I'm a beginner, hope to learn you guys :D
For 'frozen', i just put some ice cubes n a strawberry into a plastic container. The 'splash' was done with a shower head spraying on the berry (shot with 1 hand, coz the other hand holding the shower head). That's it. :)

Flash was used and cam set to Aperture priority at f2.8 ...

oh and as for PS, just adjust the brighness, contrast, unsharp mask. and place those text and set it to semi-transparent. :)

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oooh i like 'Splash' :thumbsup:

hell, i just LOVE strawberries :heart:
 

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renegade said:
The 'splash' was done with a shower head spraying on the berry.
Great. How did you prevent splash water gets in your D70 :bigeyes:
Apprecaite your tips heh... Will try it using your technique... kekekeke... ;p

Thanks for sharing :thumbsup:
 

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ST_sg said:
Great. How did you prevent splash water gets in your D70 :bigeyes:
Apprecaite your tips heh... Will try it using your technique... kekekeke... ;p

Thanks for sharing :thumbsup:
ah? how? just make sure don't go too close lah. hehe. good luck man, just dun give ur cammie a shower though :bsmilie:
 

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was your lens wet when you tried to shoot 'splash'??
:bsmilie: ahaha ... no ... no ... i made sure i do not go too near, and don't get the cam/lens wet. well sometimes shooting in such situation does result in some drops of water on the lens but hey, there is an UV filter there. :bsmilie:
 

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