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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7 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.

  3. Hello,
    does anyone make these DIY controllers, ready to go. It is beyond my skill set to complete a project like this but I am a good photographer looking for a drop kit.

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