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    This is how you do water-drop photography

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    This was on Strobist the other day too, there was some info on how he actually created the shots. Great work!

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    In my dreams, and I do dream so there is some hope.
    It's good that the Exif data has been left intact.
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    dragging the shutter can produce interesting results for these as well

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    Amazing photos...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny6teen View Post
    dragging the shutter can produce interesting results for these as well
    May be a silly question, but what do you mean by "dragging the shutter"? I can't say I've heard that expression before.

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    now that sort of thing may be worth some money, certainly more artistic than that boring old old river rhine shot.
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    you may know it as a curtain sync.
    just means leaving the shutter open longer than the flash needs to allow for more ambient light. very creative when the subject is in motion

    Quote Originally Posted by davros View Post
    May be a silly question, but what do you mean by "dragging the shutter"? I can't say I've heard that expression before.

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    Just amazing..

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