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|11th October 2008, 00:55||#4037|
catching a splashing droplet
Here is my attempt at capturing a splashing droplet :
Manual mode;Aperture:f2.8, shutter speed:1/2000;flash at 2nd curtain.
Shot in RAW and edited with Picasa:
|11th October 2008, 03:30||#4038|
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I didn't understand what it was till I read your post. Can't see the water or the drops against those colorful patterned backgrounds (bowls). Use a monotone background and crop it to direct attention to the droplet.
|11th October 2008, 14:57||#4042|
Please share how you shot this, i guess this is a telephoto shot but how did you manage ?, amazing.
Last edited by normally_crazy : 11th October 2008 at 22:39. Reason: quote corrected
|11th October 2008, 15:01||#4043|
It was all an off the cuff idea and i immediately experimented . Next time around i will definetly come up with better result.
|11th October 2008, 17:12||#4047|
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I hope the above was not taken at a public place eh, else you can credit 200 buck to my account
|11th October 2008, 19:49||#4049|
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|11th October 2008, 22:21||#4050|
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I got the click with my point and shoot camera, a Sony DSC H50. No Telephoto Lens used, just the stock one.
Here are the details:
Aperture : f/2.7
ISO Rating : 400
Focal Length: 78.0 mm
Metering mode: Pattern
Here is another one,an HDR. This was clicked at the Famous Pier 39 in San Francisco, the place is crowded by fur seals very often. And for all those who think they are cute and cuddly...well they are aggressive, very noisy and very very smelly!
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