flash me!




looks like an eyedropper

Originally uploaded by philliefan99

You don’t need a gigantic super-fast lens, a tripod, bright studio lights, or other fancy (i.e., expensive) equipment to capture gravity-driven water droplets. Just use the lowest ISO setting, a fairly high f-stop, and a flash, and you can get a sharp split-second image of falling water, too.

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~ by philliefan on October 23, 2009.

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