Playing with Water. Need Tips for Improvement.

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  1. JackRabbit

    JackRabbit TPF Noob!

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    Did a shoot a couple of weeks back and I wanted to try a few new things. Anyways, what do you think? Has anyone else tried something similar? If so, what would you suggest for me to do to improve?

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  2. Derrel

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    Try adding cosmetics grade glycerine to water,and spraying it on. The glycerine will make the water bead up and hold its position. Glycerine has long been used to make water bead up, for photography purposes, and it has been a staple in women's cosmetics for many years and is 100 percent totally safe and non-toxic. You can buy it at well-stocked drug stores like Rite-Aide or Walgreens in small bottles...ask the sales people where they keep it. Put it in a good quality sprayer or atomizer.
     

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