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    since I got a new lens (50mm, f1.8) and a proper flash (SB-600), i've been more inclined to do photos that are more exploration, rather than documentation. in this series (there are four shots, this one is the second in line) i like the fact that i control the environment, for the most part. I have total control over the light, how close I get to the subject without the subject minding, managing the flow of water and so on. I started off with trying to get waterdop crowns, but soon it turned into exploring different angles of the flash in a quite tight space. being less than 1 meter away from the cabinet and the wall, bounce flash gives results taht are completely different from each other - walls are brown, cabinets are light grey. translucent subject absorbed colors from the reflecting surface.

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    1. Michelle Brea ages ago | reply

      This pic deserves crown

    2. noelglitter ages ago | reply

      This picture was voted Flawless from

    3. OringeJellow ages ago | reply

      This pic deserves Crown

    4. ioanmargineanu ages ago | reply

      This picture was voted Flawless from

    5. Lolah Fairy [deleted] ages ago | reply

      very cool
      This pic deserves crown

    6. BlueGoaॐ☮ ages ago | reply

      Very nice :)
      Saw it on 7 most interesting's page :)

    7. coldmountain ages ago | reply

      Nicely done. I enjoyed reading your description, too.

    8. skfjgyv ages ago | reply

      Great shot !!

    9. Gorod - SKY ages ago | reply

      საღოლ

    10. pastel1970 ages ago | reply

      Nice, very nice!!

      I´ve a 50mm 1.8 (great lens!) and I´ve just received a SB-400. I have some shotting tests to do this weekend, one of them is this "glass of water"

      seen in explore

    11. karemizu ages ago | reply

      i think this must have been what I had in mind when I asked, "do you have, like, a really nice camera?" new lens-- *that*'s it. Again, great work. Abanos gaumarjos!

    12. lo712002 109 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Bright Star Shot (post 1 - award 5), and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    13. alberto.devega 68 months ago | reply

      Hi, may I use this photo for a book about presentations I'm writing? Please, check your FlickrMail for details

    14. Bob Brinkmann 22 months ago | reply

      Thank you for making the photo available on creative commons. I used it on my blog post here with credit. bobbrinkmann.blogspot.com/2015/04/water-management-on-lon...

    15. littlehawk702 19 months ago | reply

      This reminds me of God's promise that we will never run dry!

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