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posted by alias M R Holm on Friday 30th of October 2020 03:14:50 PM

I decided to up the game and purchased a MIOPS Splash kit to control the entire shooting process from an app on my phone and be able to do more than one drop in each shot. Two flashes, one lighting the bowl with the water with a softbox mounted. The second lighting the background, which started out as blue background but the water drops slowly changed it into a cool looking abstract. Again, I have just used plain cold water for the shots with no additives or colours. Xanthan gum and food colurs coming up in a future session. Man, I love that MIOPS Splash thing. Awesome gadget. It takes some tinkering to get the settings right and I am positive that I will more or less have to do it all over again next time because of small changes in water temperature, ambient temperature or whatever. ----- Setup * Water 3 liter glass bowl, plain cold water. * Tech D7500 Nikon 60mm macro lens MIOPS Splash Godox Xpro Flash Commander 2 * Godox V860ii Speedlite Godox Softbox Two tripods, one holding the MIOPS Splash, one holding camera and a tiny one holding one of the flashes, just to lift it off slightly from the table. * Other Patience!

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