Refraction - Setup

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    This is my Setup for the "Refraction in a drop" Series .

    The Hardest thing is to set the Focus on the right point.
    The light is very important for a good Results. When you fire the flashes without any Diffuser, you will get some very hard light reflex in the drops. These will destroy the Picture. The goal is , to bring depth with the light into the drop .

    Angela Pagani, GaryJaques, csibar, and 46 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. _MaK_ 28 months ago | reply

      Very Nice setup... :)

      Can I call you 'Drop Master' ?

    2. Maurizio M. 28 months ago | reply

      che spettacolo

    3. Dave Berryman 28 months ago | reply

      I see a lot of splash on the sides of everything, I presume you get splash on the camera too? How do you deal with that?

      Thanks for the tip on the defuser.

    4. carl jones 71 28 months ago | reply

      little bit more complicated than my set up markus . av you seen my set up ? its in my drops set.

    5. Daniel Borg 28 months ago | reply

      It's always good knowing how the master does it......... where do you store all of your frames or do you have just one which you can modify?

    6. Maianer 28 months ago | reply

      Thank you guys !

      This is an old Picture, You must see my rig now. ;) And yes sometimes the Camera gets some drops , but i clean them up thats all.

      I have only one Frame. It´s very flexible and an never ending building process . I found every time something to improve .

    7. Reinhard_M 28 months ago | reply

      Absolut genial!!

    8. Farman22 28 months ago | reply

      wow you really are 'Drop Master'

    9. Gemma~A Passionate Photographer 28 months ago | reply

      Fantastic and elaborated set-up Markus.

    10. Carlos Andrés Cruz 28 months ago | reply

      Excelente trabajo, inspirador y muy bien hecho. Gracias por compartirlo y felicitaciones.

    11. Zammos 27 months ago | reply

      I love the contrast between the wooden, home built look of the set up and the amazing photos you are making.

    12. miyoshimasato 24 months ago | reply

      great inspiration

    13. Andor - lensjunkie.blogspot.com 21 months ago | reply

      Awesome setup - so as the results! Piece of art!

    14. Cody Sienkiewicz 21 months ago | reply

      I love all of these setup shots. I was wondering what you use to trigger the flashes. I also shoot sony and am having trouble finding a good flash trigger

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