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  1. priyambubai

    Your opinion? || After The Rain ||

    This is the image of drops of rain water on a yellow leaf fallen on the ground. It was taken with Sony A7iii with 55-210mm lens with Raynox DCR-250 attached. I have used external flash with Softbox diffuser. Hope you like it. :) f/14, 1/100s, ISO500, FL - 75mm
  2. Helix_2648

    Frozen water drop

    I found this partly frozen water drop during one of my last walks and I hope you like it. #winter #waterdrop #ice #forest
  3. A-PeeR

    Your opinion? A Simple Water Drop

    Photographing water drops is an interesting endeavor. Like traditional macro photography critical focus, focal plane, good flash illumination, and diffusion is required. This form of photography is considered high speed so lessons learned in flash pulse duration are applicable to high...
  4. Helix_2648

    Your opinion? Trichoderma viride with a water drop

    Hi to all of you, this picture was taken two weeks ago and it's my best and most detailed picture of a water drop which is just about 1,5mm! No exxageration! Hope you like my "lensball"! #lensball #waterdrop #trichodermaviride #fungus #forest Have fun, Jörg
  5. Bart the belgian

    Want critique Trapped in a spiral

  6. Bart the belgian

    Want critique natural diamond

  7. BrianG

    one of many i`ve done using my home made waterdrop machine

  8. EBmedia

    Your opinion? Drop Refraction

    Nikon D610, 105mm macro lens, f16, 1.3sec, ISO100.
  9. JeroenvW

    Others Experimenting and learning

  10. KimStewartPhotography

    Others Water drop macro

    For those struggling for inspiration, using your IPAD as a background is a viable option. These images sere taken of the same water drop just using different photos of the waterdrop on the screen, at an oblique angle.