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Water Drop Sequence by sanlotsaints Water Drop Sequence by sanlotsaints
Sequence showing how sculptures are created using two drops of water. Results can vary drastically from one to the next. The entire sequence lasts about 50 millisecconds.
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alexathk Featured By Owner May 19, 2011
amazing
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Cristianja Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010
I Admire yoour job!!
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Sneijle Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2009
Awesome! Thats such a cool pic!
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JayfeatherXWarriors Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2009
AWESOME!
the last one looks like a mushroom
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mellonn Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2009   Photographer
Absolutely stunning! Wonderfully caught :clap:
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joshfitzart Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2009
Incredible... You win!
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goigoi Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2008
Dude this is awesome ^^ i'm so gonna try this out :D
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Kaji-Onna Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2008  Student Digital Artist
That's just amazing! I never thought you could get water to do that! (or any other liquid for that matter). What an awesome way to do art.
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MasterXG Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
I knew already how anture is so fascinating ^^

Mmmhh, I'm just curious if the drop (pic 1) has the (almost) exact size of the other drop (pic 6)
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aendrw Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
so that's how you do it,..hmm,..
what tool(s) did u use to make the drops sequence?,...
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snapdragon55 Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2008
woh, pretty snazzy ^^
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jannaaikadeja Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2008  Professional Artisan Crafter
very fast shutter's speed :D
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the-paid-assassin Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2008  Hobbyist
Wow. That's an incredible sequence! I didn't realize drops were so complex.
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frazzledfish Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2008
it looks like a wonderful explosion
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Josh-Hovey Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
do you use a flash or still light for these?
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sanlotsaints Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2008
Flash
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Josh-Hovey Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
on camera or off camera? repeat flash? :) thx
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substar Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008
:wow: I have seen many of these, but I really love the way you've put together the sequence :omg:
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sanlotsaints Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008
Thank you
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true-faith-27 Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2008
wow
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dawnnamira Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2008
Amazing work.
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NAkos Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Now I understand how!!! This is really helpful!!
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AmythestAngel Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2008   Writer
i've sent this to my friend Nina so that she could view some of your work. She is in alot of the Macro clubs here on DA
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sobepowerpunch Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2008
Wow. Amazing.
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Mick75 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2007
Cool sequence! Here you can look at it in motion [link] :)
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LarryFancher Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2007   Photographer
Some use electronic triggers with delay timers, but I believe he uses an eyedropper and good old reflexes to capture the splashes. It's incredible how precise human reflexes and eye to hand coordination can be with enough practice. If you've played ever video games, some require timing to be just as exact.

Anyway Josh, good illustration of what happens when a drop of water splashes, and what causes these amazing sculptures!
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balex25 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2007  Student Photographer
but do you have a device or something that makes those drops ?? because you need some coordination to make that and that's hard .... I mean -> 50 milliseconds ???
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ryu-inu Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2007
That's amazing. I never even knew this style existed!
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i--kuzuremasu Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007
I like the seventh and eighth ones down. :heart:
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WanXpy Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007
:wow:
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ForgetfulRainn Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007
Your work is so excellent! I'm loving this and everything you made with those water-drops. Terrific images!
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flexdaw Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
this is cool.
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zgradis Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
How do you get the shots?
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Banan-nonne Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool! :D My favourite's the second-to-last picture. :)
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pygmeepouf Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007
That is very, very cool. :+fav: :D
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December 29, 2007
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Camera Data

Make
Panasonic
Model
DMC-FZ30
Shutter Speed
10/10000 second
Aperture
F/8.0
Focal Length
22 mm
ISO Speed
80
Date Taken
Dec 29, 2007, 5:42:27 AM