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  1. RoffleWoffle

    RoffleWoffle TPF Noob!

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    These are some photos I took tonight with my P880. I just set a cup upside down in the sink and started the sink dripping. It took me around 25 tries to get these three pics. They are raw images, I haven't cropped them or anything yet.
    Please note this is more of a learning project then anything else, but I would still like some C&C.
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  2. mark day

    mark day TPF Noob!

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    :thumbup: nice ,,try some with the drip going into the glass full of water thats even better and add some bright colour like blue card or a light source ,,,or even better do it all outdoors,,,,they are great
     
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    RoffleWoffle TPF Noob!

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    Like I said, this is just a test, but I'm really interested in this kind of thing. I'm hoping to take pictures of water balloons being popped- a milisecond afterwards, there's still a ball of water w/out any rubber on it!
     
  4. mark day

    mark day TPF Noob!

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    cool cant wait to see the results...me thinks someone is going to get wet to make it happen though :lol:
     
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    carddesigner Darn that lens cap!

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    That would be very interesting to see! I didn't know there would be a ball of water for a split second. If you can get it to work for you, I'd be eager to see the shots. I like water shots like this. The second one just catches my eye and looks so refreshing, because the water almost seems to be pouring out from the upside down glass.

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    I've seen high speed video of a water balloon being popped, but have never seen a still of it though. Seems it would be very hard to time.
     
  7. lostprophet

    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    For a P&S camera those are just stunning! Just think what you could do with a SLR :thumbup:
     
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    kulakova TPF Noob!

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    mmmm, thats great...
    I`m a total looser at this....one day I will make something like that _)
     
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    mark day TPF Noob!

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    Try a few night ones tossing a glow stick up in the air and look at the results ,,there funny as hell ,,,,
     

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