B&W water drops

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    There was a baking pan sitting across our sink and our sink was dripping. Light was from a window directly behind and sb600 from the right side. Both light sources diffused with paper towel.











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    Awesome!
     
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    I love THE REFLECTIONS these have! The shape of the first splash is pretty cool ,but I would clone out that tiny droplet at the top edge of the frame. The third photo is interesting...what's the light source? I mean, I see a ring....is it a macro ringlight or a homemade ring adapter to fit a regular speedlight? My fave is the first shot, the splattering drop.
     
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    spectacular ;)
     
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    I've been trying to figure out that ring too. There was actually no paper towel to diffuse in the third one. Here's are crop maybe someone can figure it out.

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    Overhead light in the kitchen? Do you have a circular fluorescent fixture?
     
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    Kitchen lights were not on. I think it might be a reflection from the faucet.
     

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