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was experimenting with lights and decided to do it with water,
here's my take on splashes :)



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please C&C for i would like to know how i did on these lights thing.
 

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#1 is great! love the contrast!
#2 is decent too.
#3 and #4 are not for me though... probably lack the contrast bah... IMHO.

always presenting nice abstract eh...
well done!
:thumbsup:
 

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hi, can i check with you if you are using this nick previously 'acupofkopi'?
 

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#1 is great! love the contrast!
#2 is decent too.
#3 and #4 are not for me though... probably lack the contrast bah... IMHO.

always presenting nice abstract eh...
well done!
:thumbsup:

actually i like 3 and 4 better. they have a nice and vibrant feel to it. should come up with wall papers of them =D
 

Bill9

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one and two are my favorite. Nice work
 

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what len and carmera did u use ?
 

swordman

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was experimenting with lights and decided to do it with water,
here's my take on splashes :)

#1
Nice series :thumbsup: , care to share what is the lighting used in this shot? and how is this shot done? ;p
 

swordman

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shot from below,
1 main light from directly under the glass too :)
it seems shot more from the side instead.. ;)

what sort of light from below the glass? care to share how's it set up? :)
 

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it seems shot more from the side instead.. ;)

what sort of light from below the glass? care to share how's it set up? :)
i set it up back home in indonesia during my holiday home,
no lights in singapore :(
and didn't took a pic of it during the shots.

just a normal bout less than 120W lights directly from below the glass.
so the glass is positioned on the light and then the water tap above.
 

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i set it up back home in indonesia during my holiday home,
no lights in singapore :(
and didn't took a pic of it during the shots.

just a normal bout less than 120W lights directly from below the glass.
so the glass is positioned on the light and then the water tap above.
icic, thanks for the explanation, so the glass is the normal type of clear drinking cup? :)
 

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I like the no 1 most. :thumbsup:
 

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