Water Drop Photography

 

In this exercise I am playing with a water drop photography kit from MIOPS

Water drop photography seems to be a category in itself. There can be many ways to play with a water drop and obtain spectacular results. The kit allows the photographer to control the drop size and timing in sync with the camera and flashes. The synchronisation can be achieved by accurate delays and the entire process is controled by the smartphone via MIOPS app. Once you know what you want and adjust the water drop settings delays and specific times for each drop either the first, second, third or forth, the results are pretty much under your control. It takes a bit of practice, but the end is worth the effort.

 

 

 

 

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About Christian Tudor

professional photographer, main editor at Academy of Photography and owner and principal photographer of Tudor Photography