Water Drop Refractions

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I went out this morning to attempt at some water drop refraction shots. Went decent, but I think I will go tripod + natural light next time.

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8 Not a refraction shot, but a wet spider web should fit in okay.
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These are stunning, gorgeous, beautiful! I love #2 with that soft pastel background - simple & lovely. :thumbup:
 
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Thank you Carol.
 

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Those are awesome! Do the water drops alway reflect the background in focus? is that just the physics behind it?
 
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Those are awesome! Do the water drops alway reflect the background in focus? is that just the physics behind it?

Not always. A lot of these are focus stacked with one image for the foreground and one image for the reflection. Sometimes it works out right to where I get both in focus in one shot. I think a lot of it has to do with how far the reflected object is behind the water drop.
 

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