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Feb 7, 2019 16:33:56   #
randave2001
 
Still working on my water splash photos. Have been playing around with various backgrounds.


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Feb 7, 2019 16:35:36   #
angler (a regular here)
 
Good ones Randave.

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Feb 7, 2019 16:52:37   #
Longshadow (a regular here)
 

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Feb 7, 2019 17:07:33   #
vonzip (a regular here)
 
Very cool. What is your shutter speed? All are nice but I'm partial to the gold colored one. vz

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Feb 7, 2019 17:22:39   #
airwolf
 
Wow, neat, cool, very nice !

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Feb 7, 2019 17:45:42   #
randave2001
 
angler wrote:
Good ones Randave.


Thank you for the kind comment angler.

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Feb 7, 2019 17:46:15   #
randave2001
 
Longshadow wrote:


Thanks for the double thumbs Longshadow.

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Feb 7, 2019 17:50:19   #
randave2001
 
vonzip wrote:
Very cool. What is your shutter speed? All are nice but I'm partial to the gold colored one. vz


I actually take these in low light or dark room. I have two flashes that provide the light. The shutter is on bulb mode. I open the shutter, fire the drops which cause the flashes to fire after a delay from when the drops pass an IR sensor. Once the flashes fire I close the shutter. I have tried this as well using wireless control of the flashes and setting the shutter speed to 1/200 but I feel this method is less reliable as far as timing is concerned. Thank you for your kind comment and interest.

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Feb 7, 2019 17:50:42   #
randave2001
 
airwolf wrote:
Wow, neat, cool, very nice !


Thank you very much!

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Feb 7, 2019 19:28:56   #
vonzip (a regular here)
 
randave2001 wrote:
I actually take these in low light or dark room. I have two flashes that provide the light. The shutter is on bulb mode. I open the shutter, fire the drops which cause the flashes to fire after a delay from when the drops pass an IR sensor. Once the flashes fire I close the shutter. I have tried this as well using wireless control of the flashes and setting the shutter speed to 1/200 but I feel this method is less reliable as far as timing is concerned. Thank you for your kind comment and interest.
I actually take these in low light or dark room. ... (show quote)
Wow, thanks for your response Dave. I'd have to go to school for that. vz

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Feb 7, 2019 22:45:01   #
Properframe
 
Nice shots. Thanks for posting. One of those things I want to get to one day. But since my macro skill is poor I may not fair much better with this.

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Feb 7, 2019 22:58:04   #
chipdog902
 
Nice photos! I was trying to figure out how to replicate on my own. Then I read your technique, and re-read, and.... Uhhh, I am just going to enjoy your photos. They are phenomenal!

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Feb 8, 2019 07:29:11   #
roxiemarty
 
These are all really good! I love the various backgrounds.

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Feb 8, 2019 08:18:44   #
tca2267
 
Great photos.....what were your camera settings....light sources....and what did you drop on the water?

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Feb 8, 2019 08:33:03   #
docshark (a regular here)
 
Very cool set Dave. Beyond me but I really enjoy looking at the product of your work.
-Doc

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