Jeronimo Cerimedo  |  View Profile

Submitted on September 02, 2010

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Comments:

Jānis Lanka

This is good! Wish I could see her face just a bit more.

Posted 10 years ago   

Joseph Catalano

Really cool shot, what did you do in post? How'd you pick that shutter speed?

Posted 10 years ago   

Unknown

How did you freeze the water like that at 1/125? Very nice image, I do agree that it would be good to see more face though.

Posted 10 years ago   

mario gomez

what type of flash do you use, for freeze the water. Strobo or flash gun

Posted 10 years ago   

Moritz Schwertner

The Flash duration makes the water freeze like this. In a completely dark environment, any flash set lower than 1/32 of the power, the flash duration will be about 8 times (!!!) faster then the shutter speed.

Just look it up in your Manual!

Posted 10 years ago   

Jeronimo Cerimedo  

That´s right Moritz the flash make the trick. I do agree that it would be good to see more face, but I prioritize the splash over the face, in the shot selection. It has almost no post. There was two firends with pails on each side.

Posted 10 years ago   

Jim Williams

Nice effect (although I am glad I was not the one who had to clean up afterward!)

Did you have to do anything special to shield the flash units from the water?

Posted 10 years ago   

Infocus Foto Studio

absolutly cool, i should try it. thanks for the post and info, very useful

Posted 10 years ago   

1/125 sec.

f/11

ISO: 400

Focal Length

34 mm

Exposure Bias

0

Camera

Canon EOS 20D

Lights Used

Strobe
Softbox

Category

Studio

Additional Notes

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