• DIY Siphon
  • DIY Softbox
  • Meine tropfengefäße für die XXL TaT´s
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    My Trays for the XXL Splashes
  • Ein Kugelschreiber als Focusierhilfe
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    A Biro to set the Focus on the right point.
  • Lebensmittelfarbe
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    Food Color
  • Verschiedene Düsen für das Ventil
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    differnent nozzle for the valve
  • Schrauben zum ausrichten des Setups.
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    Screws to adjust the setup
  • Schrauben zum ausrichten des Setups.
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    Screws to adjust the setup
  • Acrylglas mit 45% Lichtdurchlässigkeit 50*50
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    Frosted glas 50*50cm
  • Acrylglas mit 75%Lichtsurchlässigkeit
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    Frosted glass
  • Zur entspannung ein kühles Blondes ;)
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    To relax, a cold Beer ;)

Water Drop Setup #4 XXL Spashes

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Now i show you my setup for the XXL Splashes.

For this kind of Pictures i use only one Vivitar with my DIY Softbox
behind frosted glass.
The Tray is built with frosted glass too.
Here are my DIY Siphon
I do not use the StiopShot unit any more ;)
I have a new Valve with different noozles to get more varieties in the shapes .

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  1. -Dermis- 48 months ago | reply

    Nice rig! It's very generous of you to share your trade secrets! I for one, thank you for that. =]

  2. -Dermis- 48 months ago | reply

    I'm intrigued by the telescopic slide, that supports the syphon. How does this work?

  3. Cymaii 48 months ago | reply

    sauber ! wenn ich da an mein dachlattengestel denke hehe
    das beste am tisch die kalte blonde:)))

  4. -Dermis- 48 months ago | reply

    Awesome! I've just seen the leveling screws! Genius! This problem has caused me many headaches, now I see! Nice one Markus. =]

  5. Markus Reugels 48 months ago | reply

    Thank you guys, hope this will help someone !

    I use the StopShot, but not the original Valve.

    With the telescope i can adjust the high of the Siphon. so i have more Pressure on the valve .

  6. scubapappa 48 months ago | reply

    really Amazing
    very good work

  7. Gemma~A Passionate Photographer 47 months ago | reply

    The set-up is amazing...... Great Job Markus.
    Gemma

  8. ROCKYKSWONG 47 months ago | reply

    Tq for sharing

  9. Boris Mitendorfer Photography 44 months ago | reply

    It is time to make some experiments on my own. Great setup.

  10. Africa Dave 38 months ago | reply

    Marcus... You Rock!

  11. IR Cincy Jim (Liquids-in-Motion) 38 months ago | reply

    that valve opening look enormous!

  12. Pablo Bou 37 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing this image!! Noobs like me really appreciate this!

  13. AL_Prakash 36 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing your DIY setup. Your artistry is not just conceptual...so much goes into the execution as well

  14. carl jones 71 33 months ago | reply

    im liking the beer in the corner Markus!!! essential part of the set up : )

  15. Chris_Kluepfel 33 months ago | reply

    Hi, verwendest du eigentlich industrielle Lichtschranken? Hab mir einen Bausatz besorgt aber irgendwie funktioniert das nicht zuverlässig. Allein die Lichtschranke hat nur einen max. Abstand von 5cm und für größere Sachen ist das Ding unbrauchbar. War eine Miniplatine mit Infrarot-LED und Infrarottransistor.

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