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Water Spray @ 1/8000th of a Second
Water Spray @ 1/8000th of a Second

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Challenge: Stopped Motion III (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Nikon D70
Lens: Nikon AF Zoom-Nikkor 70-210mm f/4.0
Location: Home
Date: Aug 6, 2006
Aperture: f22
ISO: 320
Shutter: 1/8000
Galleries: Macro, Water
Date Uploaded: Aug 6, 2006

Nikon D70 with flash sync @ 1/8000 with a Vivitar 283 flash.

Place: 98 out of 212
Avg (all users): 5.5427
Avg (commenters): 6.8571
Avg (participants): 5.4557
Avg (non-participants): 5.6000
Views since voting: 28236
Views during voting: 385
Votes: 199
Comments: 12
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02/10/2010 05:00:33 PM
AWESOME SHOT! I see it is copyrighted. I teach courses in photochemistry and photocuring, and have been looking for a photo to make the analogy that photons exiting the tip of a light unit are similar to water droplets emitting from the end of a hose spraying water - and THIS ONE IS IT!

Any chance I can get your permission to use this image in my lectures on photochemistry? If so, how can I give you proper credit? Thanks!
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08/14/2006 11:44:25 PM
Please PM me and let me know how you sync 1/8000 with your d70. I can only go to 1/500 with my SB800 flash and my D70!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/13/2006 03:00:22 PM
Just superb! Love it!
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08/11/2006 11:20:43 AM
This is kind of cool. Amazing how many particles there are in that spray when you get this kind of detail. Well captured. Simple, fun, sharp, well lit...hmmm, should do ok with this. ;^) Good luck.
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08/10/2006 12:41:16 PM
How did you keep the lens clean?
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08/07/2006 09:18:38 PM
That is very impressive... I mean the 1/8000th of a second.
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08/07/2006 03:46:11 PM
Fantastic composition
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08/07/2006 01:47:01 PM
I bet your lense got wet after this!
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08/07/2006 11:09:31 AM
hmmm, not too many cameras go to 1/8000th of a second. i'll spend all week trying to figure out who shot this ;-)
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08/07/2006 01:21:10 AM
wow! at 8000/s there is still movement, that's amazing! good luck with this
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08/07/2006 12:16:06 AM
Great shot but the DNMC applies here. No motion trails was part of the challenge. 4
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