My Water

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  1. Arhy

    Arhy TPF Noob!

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    Hello all!
    This photos were made by Canon s3 is - my first good camera.
    Iam interested in your opinion, if you dont mind :blushing:
    So, lets go...

    1. I like it most of all )

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    2. Another one

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    3. Going down and down

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    4. A shower =)

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    5.

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    I am just learning, but if you like them I can show you some more =)
     
  2. Sw1tchFX

    Sw1tchFX TPF Noob!

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    yeah, these are pretty cool.
     
  3. Arhy

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    Sw1tchFX, thanks.
    Some more:

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    Swan

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    Not milk =)

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  4. Leigh Wanstead

    Leigh Wanstead TPF Noob!

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    That is cool. May I ask how you get these photos?

    TIA

    Regards
    Leigh
     
  5. Arhy

    Arhy TPF Noob!

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    Thanks.
    Very simple. You need to be close to water (in fact all this were made in saucepan).
    All you need is water drops, saucepan full of water (maybe some paints) and of course a lot of patience, because from two hundred pictures I have only 5-10 that are good, and 0-1 that are really perfect.
    Good luck!
     
  6. GrfxGuru

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    Nice study.
     
  7. jeroen

    jeroen No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    That's cool. I love the swan.
    I saw someone do this with paint somewhere, that was pretty cool also.
     
  8. Ripnowell45

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    This is really cool I am going to have to try this. Good work.
     
  9. Leigh Wanstead

    Leigh Wanstead TPF Noob!

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    Thanks, I really appreciate your help.:D
     
  10. astrostu

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    What kind of lens speed were you using? I've been meaning to try this technique for awhile ...
     
  11. Arhy

    Arhy TPF Noob!

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    All standard; aperture mode and of course flash.
    But all we need is patience. Now I know that =)))
    I will be waiting for yours results.

    Ps. Please, sorry for my not qulity English, Iam still learning =)
     
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    I like the effect. The swan is my favorite. :) well done!
     

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