Fun with Water

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  1. Craig Rogers

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    Tried something different tonight, don't normally do this type of thing, but had some time to waste.

    So grabbed a wine glass, a measuring jug and some water......

    http://flic.kr/s/aHsjyDJivr

    ....and the wine glass is now full of wine!......
     
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    Wow, that is great photography Craig, I would love to learn the art:Smile:
    Mike:Smile:
     
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    Clever stuff I'm impressed:Smile:
     
  4. Gaz

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    great work craig :thumb: :Cool: i did some water crowns a couple of years ago it is fun to do

    if i can find them i will post for your comments
     
  5. Gaz

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    water crown
     

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    Everyone seems impressed by the photography here. Surely the most impressive bit has to be turning the water into wine?
    Geoff.:Eeek:
     
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    Stunning photographs. That's real talent.
     
  8. Craig Rogers

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    Thank you everyone for the kind comments!

    Gaz, loving the crown. Never tried it but imagine it's tough to get it spot on unless there's enough light to burst shoot.
     
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  9. Gaz

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    hi craig

    i used a 1000 watt work lightto one side and set the focus point on the spot i hoped the water drop would hit and used a burst of 10/20 shots at a time


    my flickr account is gaz43 if you would like to have a look it is mainly landscape and wildlife
     
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    :thumb: Some great stuff on there!
     
  11. WynandJean

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    Nah! It's been done before ::bigsmile:
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