Water Drop Collision Art – Part II

In this installment, I continue the discussion of how to take photos of water drop collisions. You can view Part I here. Setting Up the MIOPS Splash Kit Setting up the splash apparatus is the […]

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Water Drop Collision Art

In an earlier post, I wrote about my initial experiments with water drop splash photography. This can be accomplished relatively easily with basic speedlights. A simple balloon filled with water and poked with a pin […]

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Water Drop Splash Art

As we remain ‘sheltered-at-home’ during the coronavirus outbreak, I’ve been experimenting with a new type of close-up photography – water drop splash art. The idea is to photograph the splash of a drop of water […]

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New Directions for my Photography

The last few weeks have brought numerous changes in my photography. Most visibly, I have changed my website hosting to SmugMug. SmugMug is a company which specializes in websites for photographers. Their tools make it […]

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Website Hosting Change

After several years with 2mHost, I have moved my photo website to SmugMug for hosting services. SmugMug is a premier site for photography websites and automates several features which I have previously had to accomplish […]

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My Tethering Set-up with Lightroom Classic

As I have posted some Behind-the-Scenes photos showing how I set up some macro photos, I have received some inquiries about tethered shooting. Simply put, tethering involves linking your camera directly to a computer. Photos […]

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Macro Photography – Face in a Droplet

A few weeks ago, I came across a photo by Paula Greco on Instagram which depicted a droplet falling from the tip of a red pencil. Inside the droplet was an 8-ball – the black […]

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Photography in a Social Distancing World

The new reality of social distancing brought on by COVID19 has had its impact of photographers, just as with every other facet of American life. What are photographers doing when they are forced to close […]

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Close-Up and Macro Photography

The weather in the past week has been dreary. So I decided to work on close-up and macro photography in my home studio. Close-up photography is related to macro photography. Macro photography, in its pure […]

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