Some other liquid shots . . .

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  1. Canon Fan

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    Here were some of the other images I had set up and shot for possible entry in the last TPF Photo Challenge . . .

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    Altogether I set-up and shot about 150 images/variations and thought these were intersting. Not necessarily the best but interesting. It helps that I have been in the middle of a droplet study on my own recently so the theme was perfectly timed. To bad I still haven't reached my objective:confused: I'll try to post some more later this week for anyone who is interested in more of them:wink:
     
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    Amazing! Now I am very curious on how you did all of these
     
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    The first one is so amazing, and I like the editing on the second. Well done!
     
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    They are all impressive!

    Are you using a super high speed flash?
     
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    those are great. i love the colours you'vegot in them. beautiful!
     
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    Stunning shots. Is that water or something else?
     
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    Amazing!! I loved the first and the second.
     
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    Fantastic! Look forward to seeing more of them.
     
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    There were really some fantastic shots for this challange, and all of these were excelent, it must have been difficult deciding which one to enter. I would also be very interested in getting a detailed run down of how they were done, especially lighting and timing if you get the chance, whatever thanks for entering them they were great to look at.

    tim
     
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    Great shots and use of lighting.

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    These are nothing short of amazing...like all the others I'd love to know how you set them up and get a few pointers on how to shoot some droplets myself. Although I am NOT expecting results like these. :hail:

    How are they lit?

    How did you achieve dual colors in one drop (as in #1)??

    What liquid was used?

    :drool: Sorry. Gotta wipe up my drool once in a while or I'll get flooded.
     
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    Beautiful shots, especially the red and blue one. Care to share any of your very effective technique??

    Rob
     

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