Shooting Waterdrops (10 pics)
Ever wondered how those amazing waterdrops pictures are made? All you need is a camera, a remote trigger, a wireless remote for the camera, a tray with water and a lot of patience.
Although there are many ways of shooting water drops, and some are more professional and / or practical, this is how I've done it with my setup.
It just requires patience, and it helps to have an external flash, because we'll be doing 1/200 shutter speed and f/13 aperture, and there aren't many natural light sources to accomplish that and still control where your lighting hits.
The before mentioned flash and remote trigger; A wired / wireless remote for the camera (almost a must for shooting water drops); As can be seen below, it will set you back around $5.