Goodnight Gravity

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  1. zioneffect564

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    A Moment Suspended In Time
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    Recycled Air
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    Minutes For Memories
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    There Could Be Nothing After This
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    Number 2 is the best, it's got the most convincing sense of motion.
     
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    I really dont like the crop on these, why have you cut half of the ripples off..
     
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    the first one is great i think ... because of its simplicity and the two colour background.

    i agree though, that you lost quite many of the water ripples.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wow, I do like Photo 1, and how the tip of water seems to balance the droplet, and I also like the complementary background colours and how they switch inside the droplet! Way cool!

    The wobbly droplet in 1 ... what WOBBLED it so??? That one is very funny. Lovely colours there, too (like in all), and the ripples look their best in Photo 2.

    I think Photo 4 could also (still) be very good as a division in half and using only the top (now horizontal) half! The blurry background and its turned-around colours sharply represented in the droplet only.
     
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    Very nice and interesting captures.

    Eric
     
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    how do people do this? they look so good!
     
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    i love them...creative i must say
     
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    Yeah sorry about that i was trying to keep the focus intact and i was shooting handheld and dropping the water in there at the same time. I didnt have my tripod with me so when i get that i can get the frame more centered and i was also shooting portrait.
     
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    Very cool effect.
     
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    Lol I just caught that one on the way up. I found a condiment dispenser like the ketchup bottles at restaurants at walmart and thats what im using to drop the water in and a lot of these splashes wernt going straight up they were splashing out of the bowl.
     
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    zioneffect564 TPF Noob!

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    Thank you. As for how i do it; all you do is get a bowl, something to drop the water (a water bottle with a squeeze top will work), something to use for a background, lights and a tripod although i didnt use one and a lot of patience lol. Its not very difficult i think the setup is prob the hardest part.
     

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