blue drops C&C please

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  1. kravjitsu

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    I just finished taking these let me know what you think

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    Here are 2 more i just finished

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    1 and 3 are awwesome, good job
     
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    they look pretty sick! the only thing would be maybe try and capture the photo a moment before or after you took these because the drop's base looks on the upswing and maybe a little sloppy? I don't think that's exactly something that you can really control, but just keep taking them and working at it until you get it at just the right moment?
     
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    well I have more shots I just haven't used yet, a couple of those have a dipped base like your talking about. I'll try and post those later.
     
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    Very cool. I like #3 the best
     
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    Awesome! I like number 2 the most.

    I'm going to have to mess with this someday. Every time I see these I say that... but maybe someday.

    In short, fast shutter speeds and flash? Then just keep messing with it till you get the shot at the right time?
     
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    yep, you'll be "messin" with it for awhile haha
     
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    I used a flash, the shutter was at 1/200 and i think the ap was 5.8. I have something like 120 photos i took so yea you basically keep shooting until you get something good.
    Check out this thread that how i learned to do it.
    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/...challenges/151123-water-droplet-photos-2.html
     
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    very, very nice. 2nd one is my favorite.
     

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