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They're wonderful...I absolutely love that first one! Any tips for those of us who would like to give it a try?
I read a tutorial on it a few years ago I can't remember where it went. Here is what I posted for my photo meetup. Really you won't believe how easy it is! Post your shots if you try it.
What you will need:
DSLR camera with flash
Clear glass bowl or plate
Something colored to place under the bowl, it could be a colored plate or a piece of paper
A colored piece of paper to use as a background
Camera Settings: these are just a starting point.
Auto and Manual focus
Focal length 55mm
Thanks so much....I definitely want to give this a try.
The pinhole in a ziploc is a really good idea!
These are great simply! We have a fantastic water drop/reflection shot in the reflection discussion.
And I remember one involving daisies.
I had been looking at similar photos earlier today. I tried it but it totally did not work out. The daisy one gave me an idea though. May get back to it tomorrow.
That thread was amazing, some great shots. I need to hang out in the photography group more often, it seems the place to come to get inspired. Do you know if there has been a - how to shoot a black or dark brown dog thread? They are so hard to shoot.
Thanks and please do. We think we are an inspiration at times : ) As to dark doodles, there is a group Black Doodles, and they have a little on that. There have been discussions elsewhere maybe too.
These are beautiful! Love the first one.
All I can say is, "Wow, How did you do that?!" It's supposed to rain here over the weekend; I'm going to give it a try.
The second one is a water drop hitting a CD. The third one is water drops on a piece of glass ( I took it out of a frame) you can sprinkle water all over it in drops. I propped the glass on two boxes about 6 inches away from the floor. Put a red piece of cloth down on the floor and placed a flower on it. I had the camera on a tripod shooting straight down. You have to focus on the drops being careful not to focus on the flower underneath them. The flower is reflected in every drop. Fun.
Very inventive and neat.