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Old 07-28-2010, 12:08 AM
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Old 07-28-2010, 10:04 AM
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very nice, crisp and clean, simply splendid photo...i'm still wondering how you created the shot...thanks for sharing!
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cool shot! commercial like! i assume the fluid was pouring downward? then you flip the image?
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cool shot! commercial like! i assume the fluid was pouring downward? then you flip the image?
Yes, Just fill a bottle with whatever color water you want and set it to pour downwards. Flash fired wireless using a 7D with a 580ex2 firing at it's background and bouncing back at the subject. Pretty simple set up to make
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nice idea...
prefer a different positioning of the bottles though...
looks too organised that my brain feels something is not right...
perhaps if they were leaning in different directions?
did you try making the two streams of water merge?... was wondering how that would turn out
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can try it out sometime. just to experiment
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