Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Red water

At our newly started photoblog, there has been a show of water this week - both dripping and running and and a lively discussion of the techniques to be used.

I have little experience with this kind of thing, so I have used the evening for some experiments. With the camera on a tri-pod, a powerful flash, my daughter armed with a large white paper and a mirror for reflection and a red towel at the bottop of the sink, I set to work.


Drip-drip and 52 pictures later....


I had better do some more experiments

15 comments:

Ivar Ivrig said...

Ja nå ler jeg godt du Dråpemannen :-) Skal si du er Rune Ivrig. Godt jobba. Har ikke prøvd meg på dette ennå, men du skal ikke se bort i fra at det blir :-)

Marie said...

Hehe, ikkje lett å fanga ein dråpe som er i fritt fall nei! Eg held meg til dei som heng fast eg, hehe.

Ida said...

2 av 52. BRA resultat det! :)
Lekent.
Vet du at nå koser jeg meg, med alle innspill, bilder og utvekslinger.
Fotografiet i fokus.
Har lært en del allerede.
Jeg har en lang veg å gå, men du verden som jeg gleder meg til å tråkke den opp. ;)
Takk for at du deler dine erfaringer og din kunnskap med oss andre. Er glad for at du er her i Bloggland! :)

Lew said...

Fantastic photos! Have you seen the work of Harold Edgerton? If not, visit the Edgerton Center. They show some of his photos and continue his work in high speed photography.

evlahos said...

YOU DID IT GREAT

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

I have been intending doing that but never got around to it, maybe this winter.

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

well done!

ArneA said...

I thought it was a transparent jellyfish modified into a burning one.
Intriguing!

Red Eyes said...

Hello RE,
I would like to link to this photo on my new blog?

Louise said...

It is pretty! I'm not sure what you are aiming for in your experiements, but it is pretty as it is.

Dick said...

I like this experiment, great shot.

AVCR8TEUR said...

This is really neat. I have only seen this done with a strobe light in a museum.

Thank you for your kind comment about my fish photo. I had to take many shots to get a somewhat sharp photo.

Vodka Mom said...

Spectacular!!! I will be back to Norway as often as I can manage!!!!!

david mcmahon said...

Great work, Rune

PERBS said...

Definitely unique. If you hadn't explained I would have had no idea what it was or how you got the shot.

I enjoy seeing others do this sort of thing but am not interested myself.