Water Drop / Splash

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  1. PhotoXopher

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    Hopefully this one is an improvement from my last attempt - I took your words and think I put them to good use.

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    Great tonal range on this. What'd you use for lighting?
     
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    Thank you!

    I had my little SB-400 corded to my D90 and off to camera left at a 45* angle to the droplet landing zone.

    Only edit to this is the crop, I thought about adding color but liked it as-is.
     
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    I agree with your choice not to add color. The near-B&W affect of the stainless steel sink and the faint prisming in spots really works. I find the non-splash surface bubbles a wee-bit distracting, though.
     
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    I agree completely, they are kind of annoying me but I just try to ignore them :lol: That one larger one in particular - I could live with the others.
     

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