my first liquid


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Hi incubus :D welcome

Nice catch looks like a over flow tank ...?? right. What camera you use?
 

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club_de_oldman said:
Hi incubus :D welcome

Nice catch looks like a over flow tank ...?? right. What camera you use?
Don't you know? It's Lumix T4
































The new Lumix pic in Terminator 4.

Coming soon to a theatre near you!!!
:blah: :blah: :blah:
 

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Don't you know? It's Lumix T4
The new Lumix pic in Terminator 4.
Coming soon to a theatre near you!!!
:blah: :blah: :blah:


:bsmilie: it does look alike

I be back ---> :cool:
 

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yep its me.
its an fz1 upgraded to fz2. i woke up one day and it was rainin, so took these shots. i live at the top floor so, it was juz a matter of time
heheh
which pic size did you use?I think you should use a bigger size cos there is some color artifact or color uneveness... I do not know how what is the proper term for it. But the shots are great!
 

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dooood, i could have sworn i saw the droplets move....heheh

anyways

both pics- shutter priority at 1/1000 f/2.8 iso 100 no flash manual white balancing biggest size and best quality. can elaborate on the color unevenness??

since it was my first time playin wit liquids, had a trial and error session for a few mins till i finally got it. hehe

any tips to share???
thanks for the comments
 

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then you must have resized them to post them here right? I mean uneveness which is can you see the background? The light blue part and some light purple? You can actually see the pixels differentiated. hmmm.... what i always do with my camera is that I take the same object, with all different sizes and quality but maintaining the same other settings and environment conditions. Use the auyto mode first. So i download to my pc to view them and see which appears to be the best. You can try that too and I am sure you will find the best possible setting for such shots.

Also besides the sizes and quality, if the pics still does not come out good, play with thesettings then. you have to keep on trying cos different objects, different light intensity, speed ....etc will all affect your best setting. So it is a little confusing eh? In conclusion, there is no fixed settings but you have to make lots of shots to get the best out of it. There is one thing good about digital photography, you do not have to spend to develope the pics until you are satisfied with the results.

Just my opinion, Cheers.
 

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thanks for the heads up, always interestin to know how other ppl do their stuffs.
i kinda have another question, but its regardin teleconversion lens. would it be appropriate to post here?
 

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