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Better backdrop and lighting.
This took 2 hours and 3 fully charged batteries.
I used the same liquid and settings as the last time and today it was way off and took so long to get the timing right, I was about to give up then hit it.
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Al


 
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Yeah it was frustrating considering I used the same mixture and settings but the timing was way off, the only thing changed was the date,,,,,really don’t know why ????
That happens all the time with drop art photography, as reported by lots and lots of people that do this sort of thing on a regular basis. I think it's caused by a combination of physical properties changing due to variation in temperature, humidity, barometric pressure and the like, and gear that is not engineered to be so precise that it is absolutely repeatable (because if it was engineered that way it would be too expensive).
 
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That happens all the time with drop art photography, as reported by lots and lots of people that do this sort of thing on a regular basis. I think it's caused by a combination of physical properties changing due to variation in temperature, humidity, barometric pressure and the like, and gear that is not engineered to be so precise that it is absolutely repeatable (because if it was engineered that way it would be too expensive).
Yeah Mike that sounds right, I think I might have to start taking notes.

Al
 

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