Drops in the sink

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    Interesting (and not another waterdrop one either) though I can't help but shake the feeling that it would work better with the large tap head not being in the shot - It just seems to distract and detract from the simpler white and dye elements of the shot.
     
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    Dye...lol. No fake blood here, lol.

    Hmm... I hadn't even cosidered what it would look like without the faucet. I agree though - I think it would be better. How to do it though...? I might try another angle - or, failing that, I might be able to clone it out.
     
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    ahh you truly do give you all for your art! ;)

    I would say another angle - or you could try using a wider angle lens and getting closer to the bowl? Failing that cloneing might work, but it might be quite a task to remove it well.
     
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    That's what I'm afraid of... Another angle sounds best.
     

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