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  • #16
    Kevin

    Thanks so much for this awesome tip, looks great, I was thinking in trying different kind of liquids not just water to see what happens. If I get good results I will post them here.

    thanks again
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    • #17
      This is a great idea! I'll try it sometime. Thanks for making this tutorial!
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      • #18
        Great tutorial and awesome shots, have to give it a go when I finally get around to some lights.
        Mik, a limey in the USA.


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        • #19
          Now THIS is a great tutorial... thanks for posting Kevin. I can't wait to try this. The possibilities are endless. I wonder if you put a portrait picture under the glass if you'd get reflections of the person's face in the droplets? I gotta try this...
          Rich Spears www.rspearsphotography.com
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          • #20
            Wow I've missed a few replies here. Sorry guys. Thanks for all the compliments, I really appreciate it. Whatever picture you put under the glass will be reflected into the drops. I've had better luck with some than others. It really helps if the picture is good quality, It will make for a sharper, better looking results. I
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            • #21
              Thanks for posting!

              So, glad I saw this! Very exciting. I've seen several others that have various versions since. Thank you for sharing!

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              • #22
                Thanks, and you're welcome. I've seen different versions too. I just wanted to show you guys the basic premise and let you run with it.
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                • #23
                  Creative, inventive, totaly awesome result. I absolutely love it! Thank you for showing all the steps with pictures, as I am a very visual person, it is much easier for me to understand the "how to" when there are pictures involved. Great job!
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by should View Post
                    Creative, inventive, totaly awesome result. I absolutely love it! Thank you for showing all the steps with pictures, as I am a very visual person, it is much easier for me to understand the "how to" when there are pictures involved. Great job!
                    Thanks! I'm a more visual person myself, so I completely appreciate where you're coming from. I just wanted to make it easy for everyone and, hopefully, inspire a few people. Thanks again for the compliments, I really appreciate it.
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                    • #25
                      Hi this is really good picture. how do u capture those picture. If i want to capture those type of photo what type of lance i hv to buy. thank you for sharing with us.
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                      • #26
                        These are the bulbs I have - Full Spectrum Light Lighting Bulb 85W Photography Photo CFL 6500K Daylight Balanced Pure White Light - Studio Bulbs - EQUIPMENT.
                        Other than that, I used my speed light set at an angle so the glass would reflect the light away from me so. The settings I used on most were 125-160th at F18. Just try different things and find what works best for you. Hope you get some great results.
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                        • #27
                          Fish_Eye

                          Okay so I tried this as well. Here is how mine came out! I had some problems with the lighting and it casting shadows, but I tried. It was a lot of fun!

                          EXIF Data:
                          105mm Macro Lens 2.8
                          1/60
                          f/20
                          ISO 100
                          Manual Focus
                          Nicole
                          What I shoot: Nikon D80
                          Gear: 18-135mm f/5.6; 70-300mm VR f/4.5; 105mm VR f/2.8; 50mm f/1.8; FSB-600 Speedlight; Various Filters
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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by nicoledana View Post
                            Okay so I tried this as well. Here is how mine came out! I had some problems with the lighting and it casting shadows, but I tried. It was a lot of fun!

                            EXIF Data:
                            105mm Macro Lens 2.8
                            1/60
                            f/20
                            ISO 100
                            Manual Focus
                            I think it came out really good, Nicole! Nice work, and thanks for sharing.
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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by nicoledana View Post
                              Okay so I tried this as well. Here is how mine came out! I had some problems with the lighting and it casting shadows, but I tried. It was a lot of fun!

                              EXIF Data:
                              105mm Macro Lens 2.8
                              1/60
                              f/20
                              ISO 100
                              Manual Focus
                              wow awesome results and awesome tutorial.
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                              • #30
                                ok, here's mine...using my G12 P&S and my bathroom lighting..

                                not near as good as the OP but I am happy with it for a first attempt!

                                Last edited by etexjess; 07-25-2012, 12:49 PM.

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