Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless — like water… Be water, my friend
— Bruce Lee
Water has always been a critical element in many photographs. From action sprinkles, powerful water falls, to serene scenes, water elements tend to bring in a much needed sense of completion in a scene.
However, it’s not just the presence of vast amounts of water that are interesting. A single drop can create wonderful images all by itself.
With its seemingly random, elastic, and mesmerizing smoothness water tension brings, water drop photography is never a bore. You can pretty much guarantee that you’ll get a new and unique image every time you try it.
So here are a two video tutorials for you, one with the use of flash lighting, another with natural light. Enjoy this one.
With Flash Setup
No Flash Setup
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