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A few weeks ago I spent the day in Santa Monica. Did the usual things – Rode the ferris wheel, rode the rollercoaster, ate a hot dog, and walked along the water. It was fun to spend the day with Todd, my best friend who I only see every now and then!
A few days ago, I tried another tutorial. However, this one wasn’t quite as successful as I would have hoped. The goal was to capture in image in a water droplet. I tried to reflect hearts. First, I started inside at the kitchen sink. In order to get the shutter speed fast enough, I had to use a high ISO, which creates a graining image (see first photo).
I took the experiment outside and got the rest of the shots. The water drop is not as clear as I would like. Also, the hearts are there in the water, but not as clear as I would want. It be fair, I probably shot for about 30 minutes. I’m going to try this set up again and again and again, until I master it!
As I was eating breakfast yesterday, it started to HAIL! How weird! Immediately, I grabbed my camera and laid down by the pool. It hailed for about 4 minutes. They’re not super clear, but I did what I could. Once I get my new tripod quick release pad in the mail, I have a wonderful tutorial on how to capture water droplets from your kitchen sink. Under that controlled setting with no time control, I’m sure I’ll get stuff way better than this