2009-12-21

Splash! Droplets of water and milk images(2)

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Corrie, from Ontario, Canada, said she uses one external flash which and sets the flash exposure compensation to a very low power. She said she sets the camera to a low aperture to achieve the depth of field in the pictures. This shot was done by dropping one drop of cream onto another on the bottom of a pizza pan

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Corrie said she sets her camera on a five second timer and then releases the droplet. She added: "I have a good sense of timing but sometimes the drop happens so fast that I miss it. Milliseconds make the difference. My success rate is about one out of every 25 attempts on average" Corrie calls this photo 'A Cherry on Top'

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For this figure-shaped splash, Corrie used milk dropped from an eyedropper into water in a cast iron frying pan

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A splash picture created by using green dye in milk

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