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This movie is made out of 200 seperate photos of 200 individual falling waterdrops. Each photo is a new waterdrop falling down from the watervalve of the waterdrop device. The flash is triggered 1 millisecond later for each picture and therefore showing what happens with a waterdrop falling into a bucket of water. You see […]
After some experiments with waterdrop photography, I started to build a microcontroller controlled waterdrop device. It took 1,5 month in programming, building some electronics and also a lot of waiting for the airmail to deliver several parts. Yesterday it was the moment that all parts were connected, the watertank was filled and the first photocycle was […]
Ever wanted to know how to make spectaculair photo’s of (water)drops? It’s less difficult than you might expect. This article will describe how to make those photo’s yourself. Update: You might want to look at my DIY waterdrop device You need some tools and equipment to get started: dSLR (a compact camera is more difficult […]
I’ve been looking around to start with some flash photography. The Nikon SB-900 Flash is the flash I wanted to have after watching Joe McNally’s DVD about this device and what you can do with it. Unfortunately it has it’s high price and I’m completely unexperience with flash photography so I’ve been searching for a little more […]
HDR Video Demonstration Using Two Canon 5D mark II’s from Soviet Montage on Vimeo. You might have seen some HDR photo’s before, but have you seen HDR video’s? I didn’t until now and it looks pretty awesome. I only have one minor issue with trying this @home…. I only have one dSLR ;-(.
A free collection of 32 and 64-bit RAW image decoders for Windows 7, Vista and XP. Windows Vista introduced a modern and extensible imaging framework called Windows Imaging Component (WIC). The operating system comes with built-in support for several common image formats including jpeg, bmp, png, gif, tiff and HD Photo. WIC makes it possible […]
I usually use my windows mobile phone with build in GPS receiver to store the locations where I take pictures. One of the downsides of this is that the phone has to stay on continuously (I just record the whole route which I walk or drive) which drains the battery quickly.