One very last droplet pic ...

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  1. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I can't help it. Just ONE more, then NEVER again, ok. I promise!

    The UFO Is About To Land, or The Surfing Droplet or Whatever, Enjoy :D

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    Awwww, don't say it's your last!

    Wow, you caught it at such a perfect time...juuuuuust before it was to hit the water. And the reflection and background are super too.
     
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    I can't believe it, the background is blue not green.....seriously well caught though!
     
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    Nothing PP couldn't fix though HAHA.

    I like this shot, I mean, I wish there was less empty space, but I like it still.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, Roger, for this session, a canvas my son once painted for the school arts class served as my background, and the part that really shows as blurred background is a bit of blue (of my son's abstract), in the droplet, however, you can see a lot more of it, also those parts which were too far outside my frame to show their colours.

    And well, Trenton, this is how I framed it in camera (using my telephoto lens in its macro position), and I COULD have cropped it later, but I feel that with a crop, all that tension of "When is it going to hit the water?" might get lost. I just would not want to crop into those faint remains of the ripple from the droplet before this one. Somehow ... not. No. ;)
     
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    *speechless*!
     
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    i love it! :heart:

    (i, too, have been recently caught by the water droplet bug)
     
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    Fantastic picture and perfect timing! Great details and nice colors! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

    Greetings,
    Ann :sillysmi:
     
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    Simply stunning. You've outdone yourself!
     
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    You definatly had perfect timing on this one! I really like it, and I agree about the crop ... it looks best the way it is. You wouldn't want to take away the drama! :)
     

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