Water (Experimental) Series...


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vonvonz

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well done maomao ^^
shoot more and make your own water series :D

this weekend we shoot more ^^
 

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Excellent. Nice shapes and colours! What did u use for the colours?
 

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The first one reminds me of "flubber" the fourth one is by far the best! I love it, it's like ying and yang. very cool
 

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I like the last picture. Its the best picture in my opinion :D
 

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The first picture reminds me of Flubber..hehe
 

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vonvonz said:
well done maomao ^^
shoot more and make your own water series :D

this weekend we shoot more ^^
yup yup...need to fine-tune my set-up...colors combo n timings of shots... :think:

tis wkend shoot shoot shoot! :thumbsup:
 

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thx for ur comments zaxh81, rickygck, rokieto, paxluv, jiven n benlee...

glad u guys liked them...

i personally liked #4 n #5 a lot... :sweat:

#4 is inspired by the brazilians... :lovegrin:
 

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tchuanye said:
Excellent. Nice shapes and colours! What did u use for the colours?
thx bro! luv-ed ur series over at the other gallery too... :sweatsm:

couldn't find any opaque-coloured plastic sheets so bought some cheapo plastic files frm popular...

lsat time my gf (vonvonz) used coloured plastic plates...they worked well too... :thumbsup:
 

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feimao07 said:
thx bro! luv-ed ur series over at the other gallery too... :sweatsm:

couldn't find any opaque-coloured plastic sheets so bought some cheapo plastic files frm popular...

lsat time my gf (vonvonz) used coloured plastic plates...they worked well too... :thumbsup:
Thanks for the idea!
 

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feimao07 said:
no prob bro!

ur close-ups n macros shots r beri inspirin' to me...

anyway...thought of tryin' coloured water as base...

Whats your working distance?

The last time I tried milk.....really messy, and had to clean my camera:bsmilie:

So be careful....
 

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Whats your working distance?

The last time I tried milk.....really messy, and had to clean my camera:bsmilie:

So be careful....
thought of shootin' milk too...but expensive n messy...

still haben figure out how to build a high-speed shootin' set-up like those i had seen in other foreign forums...

i shoot with extension tubes attached to my tamron 90 so my workin' distance is not tat near...

neber really had any splashes on my lens... :sweat:
 

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thought of shootin' milk too...but expensive n messy...

still haben figure out how to build a high-speed shootin' set-up like those i had seen in other foreign forums...

i shoot with extension tubes attached to my tamron 90 so my workin' distance is not tat near...

neber really had any splashes on my lens... :sweat:
Those I think use external sensor to trigger the camera and flash......more for pro.....

for pp like us....kitchen sink will do:bsmilie:
 

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Those I think use external sensor to trigger the camera and flash......more for pro.....

for pp like us....kitchen sink will do:bsmilie:
yup yup...they actually come out with the circuits n stuffs... :sweat:

shots can b controlled down to milliseconds...incredible...

ya loh...kitchen sink gd enuff loh...

keep shootin' bro! :thumbsup:
 

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