Water Drop Refractions - second attempt

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Well done, Nate! Thanks for having us along as you explore and learn!

What if you flipped #4 ? The background isn't as nice as #5, but it is still a nice drop!
 
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I sure do like them. It seems like you have to work real hard and be real precise to make sure there aren't any extraneous elements (including the camera) in the water drop.
 
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I sure do like them. It seems like you have to work real hard and be real precise to make sure there aren't any extraneous elements (including the camera) in the water drop.

Very true. Photographing insects takes some serious patience, but photographing water drops seems to take patience to a new level. There are so many components that have to be right to get a really good shot that you really have to be willing to play around a lot with camera angles, flash angles, drop location, etc.... to get everything right.
 

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