first try at water drops

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  1. jl1975

    jl1975 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    As the title says, this was my first attempt at capturing water drops. I was hoping to get a shot of the water coming back up and a drop separating from the column of water. That didn't quite work out, but I liked this one. Next time I'll use a smaller aperture for little sharper focus. Other than that, I'm pretty happy for a first attempt. DSC_1482.jpg


     
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    Nicely done. I know from my own failed attempt at this that it is not easy.
     
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    Nicely done.

    Now I've got my laptop upside down (looking through the water droplets) trying to figure out if that's a kids blanket with various planets in the background.
     
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    Well done
     
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    The colour in the background was from a gift bag with different coloured stars and balloons as the pattern. Here's a picture of the setup.
     

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    So what you're saying is.....not even close. lol
     
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