Water drops shots


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amospi

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tchuanye said:
played around in shooting water drops....posted them in the Macro forum.

:bigeyes: :thumbsup: :light: :cheers:
 

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a man is rising from the waters!!!

can i say "nice shot :thumbsup:" in here?

anyway.. FANTASTIC SHOT!! :thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

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Thanks amospi,kopiosatu and yanyewkay! Glad you liked them!

slaam said:
nice!
u used a starburst filter for the second one?
... did u use an infra red trigger or jus trial and error?
Only close up filters used, no starburst filter....and also no infrared trigger....use Mark II eyeball :D i.e. see and agar agar snap :bsmilie:
 

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Nice nice :thumbsup: :thumbsup: very original and creative.
Still not able to figure out how you do it.
Just wondering if equipment will make a different if your photo.
Example if you are using 350D.

Cheers, I like it very much and hope to learn something from you. :bsmilie:
 

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Agus said:
Nice nice :thumbsup: :thumbsup: very original and creative.
Still not able to figure out how you do it.
Just wondering if equipment will make a different if your photo.
Example if you are using 350D.

Cheers, I like it very much and hope to learn something from you. :bsmilie:
Thanks!

I don;t think its too difficult. With digital, one can keep on shooting and adjust its effect immediately. A DSLR should be more than able to take such shots.
 

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wow, another nice series. As for the blue colour, is this done at PS or used LED torch???
 

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wow, another nice series. As for the blue colour, is this done at PS or used LED torch???
It was naturally blue, but I did use PS to up the levels, curves etc....

No LED was used, just normal table lamp and flourscent light.
 

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