Saturday, June 3, 2017

Drip. Drip. Drip.

I'm still experimenting with some macro shots and having a blast doing so. I decided to try my hand at taking some photos of a dripping faucet using my macro lens. Last time I played around with this I used a flash and got some fun effects. This time I opted to use a different light source to see what kind of images I could create.

I can't decided if I would have liked the images better with a faster shutter speed suspending the water more, of if I prefer the blurry effect of the water dropping.  Either way, I thought these photos were fun and wanted to share my favorites:




This one is my favorite of the bunch...





This is another favorite....





Here I turned the water on full force just to mix it up a bit...


The rest of these were taken with a different faucet that has a sprayer function, so the water is dripping out of multiple openings in the faucet:




As always thanks for stopping by!

Michele Whitacre used to be a portrait photographer serving Phoenix, Arizona.  Now she just takes photos for fun when the mood strikes.
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1 comment:

  1. Who knew a dripping faucet could be so interesting!

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