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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“.


Ali,

Three colored Bottles..

July 27, 2011 2 comments


This is one of the Water drops from bottle project results, i edit the photo in the photoshop to colored the red water into blue and mauve.






































Water drops from bottle..

July 23, 2011 13 comments



How to shot the water while it drops out from the bottle?

In this project we need to setup a studio to be ready with the following:
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Here i am listing the equipment that a used in this project, you may have better studio than this..:)
o} A Bottle.
o} Food colors.
o} Light.
o} Monopod.
o} Tripod. [80cm from the bottle]
o} White Paper as a background.
o} Hanger. [to hang the bottle up side down]
o} I used the Nikon D90 + Nikon 35mm lens with shutter release cable.

1. Fill the bottle with a colored water and hang it upside down try to close the bottle hole with your hand. [Click the image to enlarge]











2. Start shooting [use the release cable] and remove your hand and let the water comes out from the bottle.

I come up with almost 200 shots here are some samples..
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I just start to play with the photos in Photoshop and LightRoom here is one image and other will be post later..[Click the image to enlarge]
















Water Drops Project

August 22, 2009 4 comments

This is the Water Drops Project,
 
Here is the studio and the requirement
 
 * White/Black A4 Paper for the background.
 * Black or any color Plate to hold the Water Drops
 * Plastic bag with small hole (with needle head) hanged over the plate.
 
I used Nikon D90, Nikon 105mm macro lens, Nikon SB-900 Speedlight, and comeup with +700 shots, +/- 100 are catched some drops and/or water stalagmites (if we can use this word!!) and water crown.
 
here are some photos,,
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
thats it for now,,
 
Ali