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Dec 15, 2009, 8:57:35 PM

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The Aftermath by Hjoranna The Aftermath by Hjoranna
Still learning. . .
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gemsbyjulz Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013
I think the fact that you are not trained makes your work more visceral and real your intuition for the shot and its capture is fab. You are very gifted. Cheers Julz Yay Walking llama :happybounce: 
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Project-27 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2010  Professional Photographer
I really like the dish you have the water in (or on top of, it kinda looks like glass over velvet) =D Very pretty! It adds some depth besides just having the droplet floating in the air.
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Hjoranna Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2010
Thank you. :hug: It took a really long time (mostly because I don't know what I am doing). :confused:

I am kind of embarrassed to tell you what it really is.

The water pan is just a clear cake pan that I make jello in and the red cloth is a simple shop towel. [link] I had a white poster board at first but the white was so bright you couldn't really see the water and once a few splashes hit the paper it looked really bad.

I seem to use that red rag a lot:
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I even snuck it in here: [link] in the lower right corner.
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Project-27 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2010  Professional Photographer
haha well use what works!! My 'seamless white' studio backdrop is really the backside of a big movie poster from a local theater that they gave me =P So it doesn't have to be fancy!!
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