Water Drop Photographs

Early water drop photos.Water, milk, coloured water and coloured milk.

The photos with black background done with the DropControl V1. Other photos done with V2.

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5 thoughts on “Water Drop Photographs

  1. hi uncle Martyn just wanted to say a massive well done because when you said you did this in my opinion I thought it was a ridiculous idea but looking at your website its fantastic what you do so carry on what your doing.

  2. I now use two Speedlite flash guns, which are set to a power of 32 or 64 usually. Again, it is the low power which results in a very quick burst of light to freeze the droplets. I find this setting adequate to freeze the drop and yet give me enough light on the image.

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