Drops and Stars C&C is welcome

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  1. gpardo64

    gpardo64 TPF Noob!

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    I saw this setup and tried to replicate it. This is my results. C&C bad or good are welcome. This is using a D5000.

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    How exactly did you do that?
    Very interesting to me!
     
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    First thought "holy crap thats bright"

    Color/exposure looks good. Interesting concept, I like the drops that show a good reflection of the star. I think it is a bit busy, but that may work dpending on what you are using it for. I'm curious as to what a tighter drop, showing more detail in a drop, would look like.

    Overall, fun and colorful.
     
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    I had the same thought too lol. It was like overload haha. It's pretty neat though. The drops kind of get lost in though in the colors and everything.
    TJ
     
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    Thanks. From this place I took the idea. They explain how to do it. Good luck.

    How I do it on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
     
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    not sure why, but reminds me of legos
     
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    its pretty noisy but also really cool
     
  8. gpardo64

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    You are rigth! I didn't realize ISO was 2000. That maybe the reason for noise.
    Good eye.:thumbup:
     

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