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Tried the water-droplet image, just couldn’t get it right! This is what I managed, your crits welcome.
it is all down to timing and using a flash to freeze the water drop,your setup apple looks fine now just to get the water drop right try a slow shutter with either front or rear curtain sync.would need to play to tell you did this once some time ago shot at 6 fps and did get ok results but maybe need to try again.
What was the exif? Agree with Mike on the flash to freeze the drop, but that would only be a low flash. I like the little wave, in the little dam, to the right of the stem. Even without the falling drop, it is a nice photo.
Good contrast with bg colour and subject. As Mike and Le Grange said, this takes timing, but exif data would also help as I noted some noise in the bg.
Still a pretty image tho.
Hi Jason/Mike, EXIF as follows:
AWB, 1/200, f5.6, ISO800.
I forgot to clean noise in LR, but must add that my background was hubby’s parachute material, which has fine little holes in it – maybe not the best choice for background..
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