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In HSP, especially water drop shoots, how can we achieve jet heights of over 6 inches???

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You need to get a decent camera which gives you the freedom to shoot in Manual mode.. learn the basic technicalities involved... rules of composition ... best is to join the classes offered here to have a kick start...
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do the light setup and do it
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You need to have a very good stobes and fill lights to set up the scene, make proper backgrounds so that the splash is captured in detail, make sure the WB and other settings are at the right levels to capture the details, safeguard all your lights and cameras with polythene sheets to avoid water getting... read more
You need to have a very good stobes and fill lights to set up the scene, make proper backgrounds so that the splash is captured in detail, make sure the WB and other settings are at the right levels to capture the details, safeguard all your lights and cameras with polythene sheets to avoid water getting into it, use an object which is bit heavier so that the splash can upto the desired height. Keep capturing the moments dropping the ball make sure that the water is still and then drop off the object. read less
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Use of sound tirrger and flash light setup.
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Thanks Suresh / Udhay for your response. I think you have the answers mixed up. Getting a jet height (the jet is the rebounce of the drop into a pool of liquid) and will have nothing to do with the light setup. It os of course necessary to capture the right moment at the peak of the rebounce and the... read more
Thanks Suresh / Udhay for your response. I think you have the answers mixed up. Getting a jet height (the jet is the rebounce of the drop into a pool of liquid) and will have nothing to do with the light setup. It os of course necessary to capture the right moment at the peak of the rebounce and the timings can be calculated with an error of less than 10 % due to multiple parameters. read less
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This question wont pertain to a straight jacket answer. Use a different jet ?
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Hello, all you need to do is mix water with GUAR GUM available in the market. This will make the water sticky and help to get tall water columns. Cheers!
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