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04/14/2021 08:06:29 AM · #1
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This was taken based on the physics concept of Gravity and Air pressure. This shot was actually bottom up meaning water bottle was facing down and water was flowing out.

Below Video would show you the over all execution. In here you would observer that I had kept the white reflector and behind was sunlight. It was in the evening and sun light was still powerful to lit that reflector really well. I used a light stand and there I hang the water bottle bottom up. Now next was the fill the water bottle completely so that when the bottle face down, it his the gravity to have water flow down but at the same time air pressure that would go in the bottle and that started some reaction and started getting interesting shapes inside as well as outside the water bottle.

Last thing there was other times where the bottle was rotate such a way that the it created tornado inside the bottle and release the thumb so that the water flow out but in rotating shape or something like that :D

Setup was:

Canon 5d Mark 4
Canon 24-70 f2.8 II
ISO: 1000
Aperture 7.1
Shutter 1/8000

I hope you like it!

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Message edited by author 2021-04-14 08:09:38.
04/14/2021 09:24:22 AM · #2
That is some great and creative idea, thanks for sharing!
04/14/2021 10:15:01 AM · #3
You really have a gift for "easy" (relatively speaking) creative set ups that produce amazing images.
Thank you so much for always sharing the set up with us.
04/14/2021 10:53:35 AM · #4
Nice. Thanks for the play by play.
04/14/2021 10:55:58 AM · #5
Thanks! Good stuff. :-)
04/14/2021 02:26:08 PM · #6
Thank you all!
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