First attempt at water droplet shots

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  1. G. Ike

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    Hey guys,
    I recently bought a used Canon 10D and I love it so far! It's such a big step up from my Fuji FinePix S700, and I can't wait to shoot more with it. I also bought a 35-80mm lens from the guy who sold me the body, and I am looking to buy another lens too. Anyway, these are the first time I have attempted shooting water droplets, and these were 2 of the better ones. Any comments/criticism is appreciated! Thanks in advance,

    George

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    Love it ..

    May i know how you did it .. ?? XD

    right now i have Canon 20D and its perfect ( my only problem is the small screen ! )
     
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    Hey,
    I mounted the camera on a tripod, filled up my sink, added some blue food coloring, let the faucet and started shooting. I used the built in flash to stop the movement since my kitchen is too dark for faster shutter speeds. It's alot of trial and error.
     

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