Damn water drops!

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  1. c0ps

    c0ps TPF Noob!

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    I been playing with this water drop for a couple of hours and just cant seem to catch it when it hits the water lol.
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    Set yuor camera to Burst and hope you get lucky. And If your Camera doesnt have a burst, push the button half way down before you take the picture.

    YOu have to leanr your camera and time it just right. I took 300 shots with my camera of water drops....around 100 were what I wanted, and 30 or 40 were usuable.

    (by the way, yours turned out nice...even though it isnt what you wanted)

    Here is a picture of a basic setup (if you go the persons profile, and click on browse gallery, he has a bunch of pictures of water drops)

    I looked for the instructional one of the people has, but they must have deleted it because I dont see it...google it!
     
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    Thanks for the advise. I dont see a burst option in my settings but I'll keep snapping :mrgreen:
     
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    What camera are you using? (no exif)
     
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    c0ps TPF Noob!

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    Im using the Nikon D60 with the 18-55 mm
     
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    According to this, the D60 has a 3 FPS burst rate.

    PC Pro: Product Reviews: Nikon D60

    Try just holding down the shutter button once.

    I like that picture. What is the liquid?
     
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    correcshunz. hold the shutter . :p

    or the feature is hiding from meee >___>
     

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