bored today so I made these?

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let me know what ya think?

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I like the 4th one. How did you go about doing them?
 

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looks good. maybe try sharpening them in photoshop, that'll give those drops a crispy, detailed look.
 
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yeah I didnt like the way they looked when I sharpend them the first has a g blur layer on it
 

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i really like the second one, i agree the drops would look cooler if they were sharper
 

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hm second thought if the drops would be sharp the images would be too busy.
 

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Second is my fave, that's a great effect you've managed to achieve there. :)

What shutter speed did you use out of interest?
 
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they were taken at 1/60 with flash
 

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I think you do need a little more sharpness in these, but it has to be done carefully. The images have a relatively shallow DoF and over-sharpening will look very obvious. Start around 125%, 0.8 & 1 or 2 threshold.
 

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