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Startting with — Waterdroplet Photography

Photos of water droplets aren't hard to come by. Flickr is littered with them and although some might look impressive, they all seem to have very similar composition and formation.

Camera Type

For water drop photography you need your DSLR with free standing flashguns. and a suitable lens for close-ups (a macro lens will work best), a tripod, an external flashgun and a transmitter unit.

Flash Transmitter

Use flash in order to freeze the water drops, as this enables to capture faster movement than your cameras fastest shutter speed. Use the Manual setting on our DSLR, and using the transmitter to fire our flashgun.

Dark Room

For the flash to be effective you need to shoot in a fairly dark room, so close the curtains or blinds. By shooting in the dark you will also be able to use a narrow aperture in order to get a good depth of field.

Image Editting

The liquide drop is in focus from front to back. For the enhance the contrast and colours of your milk drop images in Photoshop Elements.

How it works — Simple as 1, 2, 3

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For the backdrop use coloured paper, and position the bottom half of the paper on the table to create an infinity curve.

2

We've used a couple of stands, a pole, a clamp to hold the item in place and some gaffer tape to attach the clip to the pole.

3

Place your camera on a tripod and angle it down overlooking the bowl, with the surface of the liquide filling most of the frame.

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Place your camera on a tripod and angle it down overlooking the bowl, with the surface of the liquide filling most of the frame.

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Place your camera on a tripod and angle it down overlooking the bowl, with the surface of the liquide filling most of the frame.

Type of Water Droplet

Lisbon

Close Drop

By : Derplani.
58
70 Likes on Pixabay
San Francisco

Impact Drop

By : PublicDomain.
19 Good Start
70 Likes on Pixabay
Berlin

Splash Drop

54 Good Start
70 Likes on Pixabay
London

Closed Drop

By : Josch13.
104 Good Start
128 Likes on Pixabay

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I’ve been dabbling with Water droplet photography for a while now so this information is based purely on what I’ve discovered works for me. It also assumes you are using a dSLR with free standing flashguns. Alberto DuncanAlberto Duncan
Thanks for all the great advice. Please comment on positioning of camera relative to water reservoir to avoid having back of tank in photo. Joan SilvaJoan Silva
Fantastic resource. Thanks for sharing. I have just got my own Splash Art system and have produced some cool results – your page has given me some great ideas to improve my images and get more creative Milton ChapmanMilton Chapman

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