Saturday, February 23, 2008

How to: Water Droplets

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The making of: Water Droplets

First of all, I'd like to thank all the readers who have commented on the water droplet blog post. Your comments is a constant source of encouragement to me.

You've seen the water droplets photos, and suddenly feel like you want to give it a try. Besides a lot of time and patience, you also need to get the basic setup right.

Today, I'll show a bit on how it's done. Make sure you get some towels and tissues - it can get quite wet. And if you don't have a DSLR or prosumer click and shoot with decent manual control, this is not for you too. A macro lens will be good too.

Comments and more ideas on how this can be done is welcome. I'll also like to hear if you like (or dislike) my new photoblog layout and presentation.


may said...

gua tabik lu!! *kow tow*

Che-Cheh said...

Sounds easy but it must have taken you a couple of hours for this yeah?

Chev said...

I didn't realise earlier on that u put the transparent container on top of the toilet bowl :)

Thanks for the detailed explanation with steps by steps guide :)

Pazuzu said...

hi hi .. Pazuzu from Kuching dropping u a big "HI~~~~~~~~" :D

dom dom said...

Hmm... you need your macro filter. Go get it back from daddy