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Catching the Drop

August 15, 2012 Leave a comment



Another photo from the milk drops project, here I use the yellow color mixed with milk so the drops are almost white. I am using Nikon camera D90 with Nikon 35mm.


تصوير قطرات تساقط الحليب، تم اضافة اللون الاصفر ولكن بكمية قليلة
تم استخدام كاميرا نيكون دي90 وعدسة نيكون 35مم ومصدر انارة خارجي
الدروس المستفاده: يجب استخدام مصدر اناة اعلى وتقليل الايزم




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Yellow Milk Marble




The yellow and white colors are mixed in very beautiful way in this milk drop catch, the reaction of the drop and gravity create this effect, i get lots of such shots in this Milk Drop session.

-:{Camera Setting }:-
Model = NIKON D90
Date Time = 2012-07-12 16:30:30
Exposure Time = 1/640″
F Number = F2.5
Exposure Program = Manual
ISO Speed Ratings = 200
Exposure Bias Value = +5EV
Focal Length = 35mm [Nikon 35mm lens]

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To see all the posts regarding the Milk Drop Project..Click Here



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Milk Drop is Leaving the Surface

July 13, 2012 3 comments



In the second session of Milk Drop Project, I use the Nikon 35mm lens and crop the images to get more closeup photos, with external light source, 200ISO, 2.5F and 1/640Exposure the noises appeared on all photos, I am NOT happy with the results,I think using Macro lens is better or to use more lights; anyway, I will publish some of the results. For the colors; I use the HP printer color.

In this shot, the Milk drop is leaving the surface you can see the noisy background.

:{Camera Setting}:
Model = NIKON D90
Exposure Time = 1/640″
F Number = F2.5
Exposure Program = Manual
ISO Speed Ratings = 200
Exposure Bias Value = +5EV
Focal Length = 35mm

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Click Here to see the Session One results..



Ali,

Milk Drops..

June 24, 2012 1 comment



In 2009 I worked on a Water Drops Project [Click to read More], yesterday i repeat the project using Milk and some colors. Here are two shots, the first one the drop just reached the surface of the milk.




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And here what i like to call it the Milk Tower..



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I used the Nikon D90 Camera and my Nikon 105mm Macro lens on a tripod with external light source and manual focus and red background.



Click here to read about another project “Water Drops from Bottle“.


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