How to photograph a splash of water – Week 52

How to photograph a splash of water - Week 52

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Make a splash with your photography as digital photography expert Gavin Hoey demonstrates the strobist set up required to capture the beauty hidden in a drop of water.


  1. thank you thank you thank you so much. I have been pulling my hair out all day trying this one project. Ive only done it once, I was happy with the result but now I back at it again and trying to out do what Ive already done. I used a Pepsi bottle with a hole in the top, an old cookie tin and my tablet for light. it was horribly done and had so much noise to it. this tutorial is the only one i have found that I won't spend a fortune on and looks so simple to do. my camera isn't the greatest but its done it before. I can do it again. (cannon powershot, sx120 is 10.0 mega pixels.)

  2. Farout!! YouTube put you up on recommended because I look at a lot of tutorials. Am focused (haha) upon drops, droplet, and splashes at the moment too. Yaaaaay. Thanks for the upload.

  3. you are the guy that got me started in water splash photography I have been doing it for some last 12 month and have got so many nice shots and had some of the published as well so a big thanks to you

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