On edge of dropping

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  1. Alexandra

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    Caught this one about half a second before it fell... For once my point and shoot was cooperative and focused right on it :D

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You were lucky here. Great!
    And I like the square frame for this one! Well chosen!
     
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    i normally dont like B&W so much, but this pic is an exception. i like the reflection in the water, and i also like the way it looks like there is a "claw" holding the drop. very nice! seeing pics like that make me rethink some of the color shots i take. i might have to start experimenting with B&W.
     
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    I have a waterdrop fetish, so naturally I love this shot. Well done Alex
     
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    I'll tell you just what I don't like in this shot: the cut (there is too much space of the right) and...I don't know how do you say in english, but the drop is not frozen, you should have used a faster time ;)

    For the rest I like the shot...
     
  6. Alexandra

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    guys, thx a lot for the nice comments!


    you'll love it, you'll see. but just be carefull and don't get hooked ;)


    A faster shutter speed, you mean? I definately should've if i wasn't shooting with a "point and shoot". These things rarely offer any control at all :confused:
     
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    Wow Alex. This one is amazing. Love the reflection of the tree in the drop. Awesome capture.
     
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    i totally agree!
     
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    And I totally agree with him :mrgreen:
     
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  10. Alexandra

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    Carl, Jon, woodsac: to the super talented three of you i say THANKS A LOOOOT and :hail:
    your coments mean a lot to me :mrgreen:
     
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    I agree, great focus Alex. DOF works very well with this image. I just love the reflection you captured here, nicely done.
     
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    thanks Mako! :hugs:
     

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