orange in a pot...


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darakusan

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Nice attempt. But i think the shadows of the droplets on the wall make it looks like there's dirt on your lens.

Or is there really dirt? or droplets splashed onto your lens ;p
 

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Nice attempt. But i think the shadows of the droplets on the wall make it looks like there's dirt on your lens.

Or is there really dirt? or droplets splashed onto your lens ;p
It's water droplets on my lens :p Had to go thru quite a few attempts to get the timing right cause camera was handheld (right hand) and orange was dropped with left hand :bsmilie:
 

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Thanks but limited props around the house la...no choice :p

But anyway, just try try to see if strobe can take 1/8000 sync as well. :bsmilie:

Now that it's been tested okay, can go look for nice fish tank so that can shoot thru the glass and see orange drop into water...It's gonna get wet!
 

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Hmmmmmmmmmmmm... interesting that the flash didnt bounce on the silverware!

Okay, for comparison sake, which fruit would be better choice better, apple or orange? hehehe

 

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Is that an apple?? Can't really see the fruit lei! :bsmilie::dunno::bsmilie:
You got a point there!
Its only Orange when anyone sees an orange fruit. Haha...

Okay here's another. The first was already hitting the water ma... I hope you dont mind me posting in here. Otherwise its in my flickr

 

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