Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by FusionZ06, Feb 20, 2009.
Definitely requires a ton of patience and a good setup.
very cool. 17 is neat, and i love the color in 18
wow, what did you do to get such a chrome feel to the color of the water? VERY cool..
The details in 9,10,11,12,13 are spectacular, the curves and lighting are so dramatic... That was a great angle to get some decent shots...
Yeah, I put a piece of saran wrap on top and then had a tiny bit of soap and then a little sunlight. I bounced the flash a little off the head of the faucet (which is large) to help distribute light.
What's the set up and what's the shutter speed?
Setup was 1 SB-600 flash with diffuser on drop directly overhead for some or right underneath for others and VERY close, handheld as well.
Obvious 90mm Tamron on D300 on a pod.
Faucet was constantly dripping.
Shutter speeds ranged from anywhere from 4 seconds to 1/250th.
Hmm, is that small aperture really needed, dang.
Have you ever worked with the 90mm Focus area is sooooooo tight.
Yeah, if i've got the light I try to shoot as small as possible with my tamron to get as much DOF as possible.
I think I'm going to take a stab at some water drops today myself
Oh, and great shots btw, 3, 14, and 18 are my favorites
F51 + flash ftw.
The chrome effect? How did you do it, it's awesome :/
This is the best one I have taken.
Bowl and then a cup inside the bowl. Bounch flash in funky ways
I don't get it :/
keep trying, you'll eventually get it.
What is bounch flash?
Lol @ bounceflashtoys.