dripping tap

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    and again, just mucking around with the camera. it's set to small image because i was meant to be taking a portrait photo of a housemate for a website she's using but we never quite got round to it, so instead i thought i'd try and see how quick the fps on the camera could go by making the tap drip slowly and trying to catch the water. unfortunately because we live in a fairly old (but massive) house the lighting isn't very good so i had to use the flash to get any decent shutter speed but it cut down the fps on the camera to something drastic, but oh well.

    1. Owen Mc Gauley 83 months ago | reply

      I see you've got yourself a nice Digital SLR now. Good luck with it old boy. Oh, you can get 70-300mm macro lenses, but where you get more features you lose out on aperture. Best bet is to get a nice second hand macro and zoom. Expensive, but definitely worth it.

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