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Another try of high shutter speed. How did I manage this shot as I wrote to Jadi upon his comment: The setup was quite simple. It was just a test and mostly I take care of light. The natural day light through window was used for this shot, and it was a hand-made drop. The camera was placed over a pile of 3 books and a glass full of water was in front. The focus was preset and locked before the shots, shutter was at 1/2000s (max of my camera) and ISO 400. My camera only saves 3 shots in a 3.3 frame per second in continiuous mode. I push the shutter button and at the same time I dropped or threw an object to the glass of water. The experiment was done several times to get some satisfactory results. In post-processing section, First I did noise reduction with Noiseware to come up with the ISO 400 noise on my camera. Then, I did channel mixer in photoshop to get a good BW image plus unsharp mask to give a bright feeling to the image. The background is the black legs of my desk and I did some cloning too. That's all;)

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Focal Length: 13.6 mm
Exposure: 1/2000 sec
Aperture: f/3
ISO: 400
Camera Model: FinePix S5500

Comments on Another Try

  • Wow... Great shot. tell us more about shotting it. Seems you used just natural light. Am i right ? but how you made that great black background ? is this a natural drop or a hand made dropping ?
    Jadi @ 2005-11-03 10:23
  • It looks really good. But how have done this great black background?
    Christof Dorner @ 2005-11-04 00:25
  • This is a great shot. Excellent work.
    Julio @ 2005-11-06 06:53
  • Very interesting to see what can be done with "our" camera. Really nice try
    Conspi @ 2005-11-11 00:59
  • Wow!It's really cool!
    Aida @ 2005-11-11 11:32
  • fantastic!
    saleh @ 2005-11-12 10:50
  • Wonderful shot! I love it.
    leo @ 2005-11-17 09:25
  • Hi, I tried to e-mail you this note: Sorry to bother you, but I'm having some difficulty with the rating system, and changing the logo name at the top. I thought I had followed the directions, but I must be missing something. Could you take a look for me (view source) and see if you can see anything obvious that I've done wrong? Thank you, Lynn http://digitalgladrags.com/photoblog/index.php
    Lynn Rockwell @ 2005-11-19 22:32
  • My appologies for another intrusion, ... I think I have your template installed correctly now.
    Lynn Rockwell @ 2005-11-19 23:59
  • great capture ramina, I like the more abstract feel to the fluid, makes you think when you first view it. These type of experimental shots fuel imagination, surprising how sometimes you have an idea but come to the end of the shooing you have something completely different. That is always a surprise.
    paul @ 2006-01-02 19:11
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Focal Length: 13.6 mm | Exposure: 1/2000 sec | Aperture: f/3 | ISO: 400 | Camera Model: FinePix S5500

Another Try

Another try of high shutter speed. How did I manage this shot as I wrote to Jadi upon his comment: The setup was quite simple. It was just a test and mostly I take care of light. The natural day light through window was used for this shot, and it was a hand-made drop. The camera was placed over a pile of 3 books and a glass full of water was in front. The focus was preset and locked before the shots, shutter was at 1/2000s (max of my camera) and ISO 400. My camera only saves 3 shots in a 3.3 frame per second in continiuous mode. I push the shutter button and at the same time I dropped or threw an object to the glass of water. The experiment was done several times to get some satisfactory results. In post-processing section, First I did noise reduction with Noiseware to come up with the ISO 400 noise on my camera. Then, I did channel mixer in photoshop to get a good BW image plus unsharp mask to give a bright feeling to the image. The background is the black legs of my desk and I did some cloning too. That's all;) (Details)

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Categories: [Iran]  [Macro]  

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