My First water Drop Collosion Results

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  1. bell

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    Yesterday I experimented with my new toy which came from a UK supplier.
    The results are quite fun. Not bad for a first time. I wanted to create water sculptures.
    Here are first few.
    If you are curious about the wiggly part. It happened because I thought it would make a better image. Otherwise there was minimum editing done.
    Camera is Canon 5D Mark III. One portable Canon flash was used. I opted to use my zoom lens instead of a macro. Better control on manual focus.


     

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    the one on black is fantastic.
     
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    Very good set.......
     
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    Thank you. I plan to experiment further with it.

     
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    That one is with milk. Thank you.

     
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    I love the black one. Sorta like an abstract flower!
    Very well done!
     
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    Thank you. I agree its kind of flower looking.

     
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    Ah. I prefer the opaqueness of it.
     
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    Black one for me. Nice set.
     
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    Yes milk is more opaque. Better for dark backgrounds.


     
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    Thank you.

     
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    great images!
     
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