NEW droplet pics *tron*

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  1. tron

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    so i saw a post on strobist and decided to try water droplet photography. :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

    these were taken with my nikon d40, one sb600 off camera, and a 55-200vr lens.


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    No. 3 is the best between them, great job!
     
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    Very nice! The lighting looks amazing.
     
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    spectacular!! I have to say that I really like the "pure" ones with no stray water droplets in the air. I feel they take away a little from "main" droplet. My favorite is #4 - Especially if it were BW though

    Is it just my eyes or do you have dust on your sensor?
     
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    Looks like dust to me.
     
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    thanks for the compliments :)

    and where do you see dust on the sensor Kennedy? I think thats probably just dirt/dust in the water seeing i didnt clean out the pan before i filled it with water. i took a pic of a wall in my house (its white) and i didnt see any blemishes so idk :(
     
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    nah, I don't think there is dust on your sensor. Cool pics Tron, I like the 3d image. The first one in particualr is great. :)
     
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    So attached is what I thought was sensor dust. But now that I think about it maybe its just water droplets that are oof?
     

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    Great shots! I've been wanting to do these for a while but didn't think I could get the shutter speed and light needed to pull it off, you proved me wrong!
    What was your setup?
     

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