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Photos First waterdrop experiments...

Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by Darkened, 18 Aug 2009.

  1. Darkened

    Darkened New Member

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    Hey all,

    It's been a bit quiet for me lately, but hopefully I can post my stuff more often from now on.

    It was raining today, so I decided to take a whack at photographing drops.

    Let's get to it...

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    I decided to post them a bit larger than usually, hopefully nobody minds.

    So, there they were. Since this was my first go at this, C&C is more than welcome.

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  2. eegg

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    The 2nd one is really nice,
    How did you take the pictures? and what gear did you use?
     
  3. OleJ

    OleJ Me!

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    That last one is nice. :thumb:
     
  4. Darkened

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    Hey,

    @OleJ

    I too like the last one, it's my favorite of the bunch.

    @eegg

    Equipment used here was Olympus E-3, Zuiko 12-60mm and FL-36R flash.

    The flash was off-camera and aimed and bounced from the back of the "bowl" in about 45 degree angle. The first two (and many more which aren't here :hehe:) were shot with a plain white A4 paper, the next two were shot using a canon photo paper box. The last one was shot without a "bouncecard", so the light bouced of the wall behind the bowl and the light effect was made with my stainless steel salt grinder :D

    Okay, that wasn't the best explanation, I wish I had taken a photo of the setup now...

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