Up close "water" shots

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  1. Vaporous

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    First time experimenting with water shots.

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    I wanted to see what it looks like at full blast :)
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  2. Stan (AG)

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    Great shots, they would look better if you isolated the just the drop.
     
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    I like the last one.

    Nice shots.
     
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    i'm a big fan of "frozen" water shots. these are cool. maybe a little less of the faucet or isolate the drop, as stanag said.
     
  5. Vaporous

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    Ok cool I will try more isolation next time, I want to do one more set before I move on to my other ideas

    Thank you
     
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    These are cool!
    can you maybe shine different colored light at the water?
     
  7. Vaporous

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    Exactly Booga........I'd like to interpret colors next time too. I thought about that too! Great thinking
     
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    Set the self timer and point a laser pointer, or blue/ green/ red/ yellow/whatever LED at the water. You'll get an awesome effect out of that.
     

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