Double the Fun (& a Tutorial!)

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UploadedMarch 19, 2008
TakenOctober 13, 2007
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 5D
Exposure1/500 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length100 mm
ISO250
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After 20+ attempts, managed to get some decent (I mean recognizable)captures!

How this was done for my friends out there who want to a crack at it:

- Milk in a shallow plate,

- Goodies to drop in milk (i tried, olives,grapes,berries etc.).

- placed the grape in the milk and took an auto focus, changed that to manual in order to capture the point of impact,

- flash light off the camera placed to the left,

- tripod with the camera on remote cable,

- dropped the object from around 6 inches high,

- crossed my legs (cos one hand was holding the remote and the other the grape ;-) otherwise i would have preferred to cross my fingers..,

- timed to press the shutter release at the time of impact..,

- note: make sure your lens has a protection filter on as the splashes might be a bit messy..,

and hey presto!!! got some keepers!

try it folks.., its a lot of fun and teaches you a lot about light n shutter control (plus how to clean up all the mess that the wifey won't!!).

More of my attempts can be see at my site on the following link:

http://www.pbase.com/oz_ranger/splash

Enjoy n cheers,

plus don't forget to let me know how your attempt went!

In the story Splash Simplified.

9 responses

  • Wren Mingua

    Wren Mingua gave props (19 Mar 2008):

    Cool shot. I tried squeezing an orange and taking a picture, but it didn't quite work out. Gotta give you props!

  • * Jeff Boucher

    * Jeff Boucher said (19 Mar 2008):

    Great shot, I like being persistant, You have motivated me to try.
    Thanks

  • Simon Le

    Simon Le gave props (20 Mar 2008):

    Great shot & thanks for the tip!

  • Henrique Pousão

    Henrique Pousão gave props (3 Apr 2008):

    Great shot, it paid the effort. The tutorial makes a new step in this great site.

  • Sarah Hawkins

    Sarah Hawkins gave props (28 May 2008):

    I would love to try this! I love love love this shot. Great job!

  • aubrey marvin

    aubrey marvin gave props (29 May 2008):

    great shot

  • Ciro Carreño        for Aerociro&co

    Ciro Carreño for Aerociro&co said (22 Sep 2008):

    one word: BEAUTIFUL!

  • pdtnc

    pdtnc said (23 Sep 2008):

    voted, nice work.

  • Jean Pierre Vacherot

    Jean Pierre Vacherot (Deleted) gave props (30 Sep 2008):

    Good. My vote

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