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Mich1210

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So hard trying to take photos of drips but manages to get this one. Need to keep trying.but came out better then I though. Any tip on what I can do to make it better.
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Jack

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I’m not sure if there is a way to get better results of water droplets when taking with a phone. Maybe a more high end phones probably, but I would recommend a camera and a macro lens for better results . So you can get sharp details And subject in focus .
 
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Which lens have you used for this? do you have a 1:1 macro lens? If so, I would try to come closer to the drop and set the focus manually. Try to position your camera on the same level as the drop to view straight horizontally in the drop for better reflections.
 

Mich1210

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Which lens have you used for this? do you have a 1:1 macro lens? If so, I would try to come closer to the drop and set the focus manually. Try to position your camera on the same level as the drop to view straight horizontally in the drop for better reflections.
Thank you ill give it a go.