How to shoot a water droplet


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Hi,

As requested by Simon.



Taken by : Coolpix 950.

Recipe:
1. 1 Coolpix 9xx
2. 1 tap

Instrutions:
1. Adjust tap until a very tiny stream of water falls, then further finetune till it's just about to form individual drips, but still more or less a continuous stream. Somewhere in between.
2. Put camera in macro mode, then lock AF. Set shutter speed to 1/500, flash on.
3. Move camera towards/away from the water till it's in focus in the LCD.

Do
4. Press shutter.
5. Review shot

Until shot is good

Regards
CK
 

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Nice. Thanks for the instructions.

How about some alternatives - like water drops hitting the surface - actually use milk is best cos white color, will have 3D definition.

:D
 

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Originally posted by Darren
Nice. Thanks for the instructions.

How about some alternatives - like water drops hitting the surface - actually use milk is best cos white color, will have 3D definition.

:D
Another time, another day. :)

Actually I am kinda interested to shoot a balloon bursting. During my Ngee Ann days, I've built a sound activated switch, can probably use that to trigger a flash.....

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CK
 

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kaoz....nice photo, i like it.
 

#6
Originally posted by GoclPa
you from ngee ann poly?
can a g2 canon if with addons do that kind of shots too?
I am pretty sure. After this post (inspired by another one actually) in www.dpreview.com, a lot of people have been shooting variations of it. G1 users have also successfully done it, so G2 should be able to too. Takes patience.

Yup, I was from Ngee Ann Poly, Electronics & Computer Engineering.

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CK
 

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Originally posted by ckiang


I am pretty sure. After this post (inspired by another one actually) in www.dpreview.com, a lot of people have been shooting variations of it. G1 users have also successfully done it, so G2 should be able to too. Takes patience.

Yup, I was from Ngee Ann Poly, Electronics & Computer Engineering.

Regards
CK
I am from IT dept =)
 

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I also have IT (Image Tank) .. :D also graduated at Ngee Ann Poly, Electronics & Computer Engineering in 1991.

ckiang, great shot ...
 

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Originally posted by megaweb
I also have IT (Image Tank) .. :D also graduated at Ngee Ann Poly, Electronics & Computer Engineering in 1991.

ckiang, great shot ...
wah....ya my super super senior man......i also graduated from there in 1996!!!
 

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Originally posted by megaweb
I also have IT (Image Tank) .. :D also graduated at Ngee Ann Poly, Electronics & Computer Engineering in 1991.

ckiang, great shot ...
I'm also from ECE, grad in 1997. :)
We can form old sch boys liao.... :D
 

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Hi,

For those interested, the original post on dpreview which inspired me to do my own. Original instructions inside too, unfortunately, original photo is no longer there.

http://www.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1007&message=105193

After this, it has become one of the "must shoot" photos in the dpreview Nikon Talk forum.

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CK
 

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Argh..... I seriously like this pic very much ckiang....if only my camera has closer macro range :(

20cm....think maybe take snowball still can :D
 

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