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    'Oh no not another splash picture'

    Milk into red dyed water with coloured background and DIY reflectors on the sides.

    Vivitar 285 flash set to minimum power, manually fired, 2 sec exposure @ F16

    B A Moir, Michael Angelo 77, SteveP!, and 53 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Rick Gomez 97 months ago | reply

      This is great, Chris! It seems like you got your timing down packed. I have tried again and again since our chat the other night and although I got a few drops crashing, I've got nothing like this. Which is kinda what made me think it was the milk (or something else thickening the water). Mine seem so sloppy.

    2. Drippy2009 97 months ago | reply

      Cold water works best.. colder the better, milk is easier but gives a different type of splash. Also try glycerin to increase viscosity.

    3. kevin hinson 97 months ago | reply

      Wow! These drip pictures are fascinating.

    4. AnNamir™ c[_] 97 months ago | reply

      Simply beautiful!!

    5. GioPhotos 97 months ago | reply

      Perfect splash! woah!

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    6. Soleil is me. 97 months ago | reply

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    7. Eric_tc 97 months ago | reply

      wow, this is perfect timing! this is quite difficult to capture! :)

    8. Peggy Collins 97 months ago | reply

      This is quite amazing looking! Looks to me like you have a lot of patience to achieve this kind of result.

    9. nikko1974 97 months ago | reply

      This is incredible! You are the drop master!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    10. photon tamer 97 months ago | reply

      Unbelievable!

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    11. Sp00ks! 97 months ago | reply

      Wow, I really like this one. I've not experimented with long exposures and using the flash to stop action. hmm...

    12. Erwin Brinkhuis 97 months ago | reply

      Really great picture

    13. dorsalfin 97 months ago | reply

      You've got this down to an art! Love the little drops attached on the outer ring. Wow.

    14. abutoq (@_^) 97 months ago | reply

      outstanding..!!

    15. Creating With Lights [deleted] 97 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shop

    16. OscarBlancoRodriguez 97 months ago | reply

      hahahaha love the title! :)

    17. rootcrop54 92 months ago | reply

      wow. I've never tuned in to this type of "drop" photography; it appears to be its own genre. this one is gorgeous--like really expensive handblown glass!

    18. Tijdelijk1 87 months ago | reply

      These are amazing. I still don't understand the exposure. How can you freeze this while using a slow shutterspeed? Does the room has to be pitch black is this case?
      Thanks.

      Tim
      www.pbase.com/tvw

    19. KentFan 62 months ago | reply

      omg! that's cool !

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