Day 102 - Easter Egg Splash

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    Thank you to everyone that voted for this photo tonight at the Milton Camera Club! I really appreciate it :)
    Importance of winning?
    I guess it's my insecurity, but I really find it very important to get recognized for my photos. It's very rewarding but at the same time it's reassuring to know that others appreciate the style or the quality of my photography. I realize that there is a ton of people that shoot for themselves and are happy with their work not being seen by others, let me tell you, that's not me. I want for my work to be seen by as many as possible.
    Welcome to the easter egg special ;)
    I rigged up a dropper with a valve to control the drops of yellow colored milk (used food coloring). The milk is splashing directly into a half egg shell inside the egg holder :)

    Strobist info:

    two 580ex ii flashes behind a white diffusing sheet behind the subject.
    small black foam core board behind the subject for background and to let the light wrap around and light the subject.
    quick diagram explaining this setup done using (lighting diagram creator)

    I think this is a good time to mention that the concept and execution credit for this easter egg splash photo belongs to my art/creative director, my Wife :) Thanks for the support baby. I love you!

    Andy_on_Flickr, Helle V, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. rbraeken 49 months ago | reply

      Lovely picture. Too bad you don't upload bigger pictures her since I would love to see the details around the egg.

    2. uLightMe 49 months ago | reply

      Sorry about that ! I'll see what I can do.

    3. Helle V 49 months ago | reply

      Nice work!

    4. Elroyofderovers 49 months ago | reply

      No wonder you want people to see your work, it is fricking awesome!

    5. Christine10815 49 months ago | reply

      I really appreciate the effort you put into your photos having watched you set up a shot or two at the camera club meeting last month! I also appreciate that you take the time to explain the set up. oh, and I love this photo! ;-)

    6. uLightMe 49 months ago | reply

      Thank you all for the kind comments :)

    7. New Talent Modelling 48 months ago | reply

      Great idea and well executed

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