Don't waste the water

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  1. willg133

    willg133 TPF Noob!

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    I don't do too much b&w, but I tried to adjust this to look good using ps.


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    OoOo... cool shot! how did you do it? great DOF & composition.
     
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    i agree great shot! what shutter speed did you use?
     
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    that's a wonderful shot!!!
     
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    Great shot! The DOF is perfect IMO!!! Black and white fits it very well too! Nice work :)
     
  6. willg133

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    ok so i setup a tripod near the sink and used "macro" mode and the built in flash on my nikon 5700...I focused in on those letters and started a slow drip...it took about 4 shots to get it...the water would drip one drop at a time and I had to be quick and have some luck obviously. I think the macro mode helped out a lot with the dof

    here is the data

    1/125 s
    f/4.2
    focal length 71mm
    iso 100
     
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    Great subject, tonal range, DOF and detail. Nice job.

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