This week I experimented with macro photography and water drops. Getting a good water drop picture – ie. having it act like a mini fisheye lens – was really difficult. So many things have to come together just right. I’m not loosing hope, I’ll be practicing that a lot more.
Process: I took these photos on three separate occasions. One was set up in my kitchen. I found a black backdrop and used some house lamps for lighting, another was outside just after it rained, and the other was in class.
I looked up a photo tutorial that looked fun: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/109353097171887816/ It’s on how to take “bubbly” photos. I went and bought a few bottles of sparkling water, a square tupperware, and a piece of styrofoam and went to town. I found that pinning the fruit down helped because they all started to float after a few seconds in the carbonated water.