so many drips, so little time

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  1. lizheaemma

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    I had to try out the drip thing! I think that I may have killed brain cells trying to anticipate drips! Anyway here's what I came up with.

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    I think i'm gonna try it today..
    Great shots :D
     
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    The background of these photos are pyrotechnical
     
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    I find the background to busy for this type of image. I like the ring on #3, perfect timing. I burned about 70 images the other day trying drop shots and i did not come up with one I would post on here :oops: Another project for a cold winter day.

    Eric
     
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    3 looks vaigly simmilar to Milkdrop by Harold Edgerton, just the busy background let it down.
     
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    It does look kinda busy busy, especially when it's so small. It's not so hard to look at when it's in it's original size. I liked that way that it looked like an oil painting in the pottery dish. I'm going to try it again and use a soild colour.
     
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    yeah, i agree, really hard to see the drips or at least the detail of them with the background. maybe just take a solid color towel or smething and put at the bottom of the sink/dish/bucket or whatever you're gunna do it in just to make the background nicer??
     
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    #3 looks like the advert for Crown paint. Great shots, though I think a plainer bowl would have been clearer.
     
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    thats true, it does, i was wondering what that pic reminded me off, lol, they look great tho
     
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    I'm giving these a go tomorrow. Ooo, it's the cd's all over again. :lol:
    A flash mounted to the side is great if you can do it. It introduces shadows to the drops.
     
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    I tried this a month ago, the result was no where near as good as yours. :( the best I got were something like 1 and 2. the 3 for me was blurred. but it was fun though. :)
     

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