Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by SuperThinh12, Oct 8, 2008.
Very nicely done, color is good and it's in focus... I just feel like I've seen that same photo so many times.
True, you do see it a lot, but it's a nice enough one to have in your collection and you did a good job to get the result you wanted.
thanks, i did another one in some other post and it came out terribly bad. so i took the advice they gave me and got this.
border is too thick...
...hahahah thats all I could find sorry.
Good job. Now you can work on the "bullet piercing fruit" photos
Better than the first.
I still prefer the surface to be straight, but that's me: funny angles have never worked for me.
And I am not sure the tip-droplet is really sharp. Looks like it's showing some motion blur. Not sure what this photo would look like enlarged.
How do you typically setup to do this type of shot? Set up a tripod and use a remote with continuous shooting, drop a droplet of water in, and try and time it right??
I think last month was "communication" and I tried having some ripples in water and an ear in the reflection of the water. Cool picture in my head, totally over my head in terms of being able to pull it off. I'd love to hear how the OP set it up, or anyone else who was had success with these types of shots
Turnerea, you might want to check out this_thread of mine, there's a photo of the set-up and description of how I took them in Post 9 of that same thread, too.
And just in case you're interested, there are more pics out of the same session here and here and here .
Later, for the enlargements that went into the exhibition , I cloned out the reflection of the upsidedown tap that can be seen inside each drop. Hadn't done THAT when I put the photos up for showing here on TPF though.
sick photos, i like the background
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