Slow Shutter speed (Wish it was darker so I could get a bit more blur, or had an ND filter....)
Fast: I had 2 things that would work for this so here they are...
Again, really sorry for being late. I'll try to post within the first day or two
I like the shot of the water flowing over the rock, kinda peaceful.
The second shot confuses me, it appears to be a drain, but whats with the water forming on top? Crazy.
Second shot is a drop hitting a drop hitting a drop (a little bit confusing), I just set my tap to drip very quickly (almost a constant stream) and then spent a few minutes getting a shot I liked. It's actually MUCH, MUCH easier with a tap - it drips in a steady (and fast) rhythm, you don't have to worry about getting stuff wet as much, and the timing is MUCH easier.
Technical info of that shot is...
F/8 or 11 (had extension tube on so it didn't record it)
1/200 (max flash sync speed)
Flash manual 1/8 power
Only on camera flash, I tried it with a lamp but couldn't get it nearly bright enough. Daylight didn't help at all either.
Thanks for the setup info. Using the tap does make a whole lot of sense, much better then a bottle with a hole in the cap