I'm Addicted!

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  1. Jrmdb3

    Jrmdb3 TPF Noob!

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    La Foto was right, I caght the bug!
    Can't stop taking fast-shuttered pictures of droplets!
    This is my personal favrotie to date. Took it tonight. Hope you enjoy:)

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    BTW- The green thing is a hollow glass ball. Dropped two or three pennies:)
     
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    Jrmdb3 TPF Noob!

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    I want to try that! Looks pretty cool.
     
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    Yeah, looks very fun!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Be warned, all those who want to try this! It is QUITE addictive :biggrin:

    But the results will bring you all such joy!

    What was your light source here? A desk lamp?
     
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    Actually used a similar set up as you did La Foto. I had it in the sink and directly above it is a spotlight so I just used that. Shutter speed was at 1/4000 sec. That's the erason why it's pretty dark. I wish the the right most penny had some detail to it because as you can see its totally black and can be somewhat confusing to what it actually is.
    I also noticed this last night, but there's a third penny under water. Or 'falling' in water actually. Its at the bottom of the pic. Looks pretty cool:)

    Thanks for the comments everyone!
     
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    That is neat!!

    (runs to grab penny and a cup of water... )..lol
     
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    that's tight.
    how do you do it with a fast shutter speed? i mean it would've been so dark. even on f/1.4 woud it?
     
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    Well I had a spotlight right above it basically.
    Again, this was done in the sink so light was getting relfected everywhere, considering it was in a glass bowl in a sink, too.
    Thanks for the comments everyone!
     

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