How to Do Water Drop Photography


  1. Takes too long to get to the shoot, dude.

  2. Omg fast speech XD

  3. So nice, thank you so much ❀️ ❀️

  4. Great video. I am trying this as a school project. Do you remember what your flash settings were?

  5. Great video I will do one day

  6. Great video, i was able to set up and get decent shots within about an hour thanks to this. I'd be really interested in what kind of DIY techniques there are to create some more creative effects without investing in a drip kit.

  7. Thanks for the great tutorial……simple and to the point. I used your method and had good results on the first day. It was a little tricky trying to time the droplet splash so I just did continuous shutter releases and obtained enough pictures to select from. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

  8. I dont see the water drop device. Can you set a link please? I will like to purchase one. Thank you

  9. Hey Adam, in case you haven't seen this… I reckon you'll like this.

  10. Really enjoyed that and going to give it a try. Heard you talking about it on the Photo Nerds Podcast and thought I would take a look.

  11. My pictures won't get sharp… I focus manually were the drop impacts. My aperture is about 16 Iso 100 and shutter speed 1/10… I use the Canon eos 7d mark ii and the ef 100 2.8 macro lens…

  12. HI I really enjoyed your video. One question which may sound silly… is your camera level with the water dish or is it higher? I would have loved to see a side on shot to see the angle at which your camera was placed. Thank you πŸ˜‰

  13. What size were your drops and what was the delay Between them

  14. amazing bro keep up the good work…..
    it helps me alot to learn as well……

  15. I know this is an old video and not sure you'll see this comment, but I watched this again today and just had to go out and buy some food coloring and setup a drip bag. This was the most fun I've had in some time. Awesome! Thanks for all your videos.

  16. Amazing job . Loved it


  17. Does a zoom lens 55mm-300mm works for that?

  18. Very nice work good bit of education ta

  19. Great tutorial, but I have one question. I have tried it by myself with my pluto trigger, but I always get a lot of splashes when the second drop collides with the first water drop. In your tutorials you always get a collision with no splashes.

  20. Nice something I will try to make my self,

  21. Really informative, great video really well explained, Appreciate your time. Subscribed !!!

  22. someone's been to Morrisons !

  23. Thank you so much for this video, you helped me with my homework assignment for college. Plus I love your landscape videos, I love landscape photography! I do have a question, if you use milk do you fill the bowl with milk as well or is the milk just from the dropper? Thanks πŸ™‚

  24. Great film cant wait to give it a try love close up work, wonder how corn flower drops would work. can i have a copy of your ebook in water drops?

  25. can you share the link to purchase the drip kit with the controller or with the time machine…

  26. I have Nikon d3200 with 18-200 mm lance but I can take water drop pic can you advice me how to do?

  27. Thank you very much for producing this video. I want to set up a system in my college makerspace and this presentation was very helpful.

  28. you said go out………….no need to go anywhere with this one…..thats winter evenings sorted

  29. Can i only mix water and milk? Without xanthin gum

  30. Get a bad of water and bite a small hole in it at the corner and fill the water so the camera can see it and Boom!

  31. Awesome πŸ‘ thanks πŸ™ shout out from Portland Oregon

  32. Hi,

    When you focus in manual mode on the pen, don't you have to press the depth-of-fiel preview button to really geht the depth of field for the given aperture?
    Best, R

  33. thank you for the video, how about DropRobo water drop photography kit any idea please

  34. wow it was like looking at pictures of blown glass tank you

  35. Hi Professor
    Can I get a similar shot with a 24-105canon lens?
    Or have a macro lens

  36. Can we use entry level dslr like​ Nikon d3400???

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