Water Frozen in Mid-Air

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  1. Sleepy_Sentry

    Sleepy_Sentry TPF Noob!

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    This is a stop motion I did on a Canon Digital Rebel 2000 for a photography class. I scanned it to my computer, but my scanner only goes up to 1200 DPI so there was some quality loss.
     
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    i'm sorry but i can't tell what this is a picture of :S
     
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    Its a spray bottle (think Windex / Tilex style) being sprayed and the water freezing.

    There isn't much of interest in a picture like this.
    You would want to have more water (which is hard considering its a spray bottle and not a hose) so that it becomes you main point of interst in the picture.

    Its a neat idea to keep the bottle in the picture, however it is very noisy. I assume you had to use a high ISO to enable a high shutter speed to capture the water? Could also be the scanning, like you said.

    Overall, the picture is very dark
     

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