Point of Entry

The plan was to capture the cherry as it makes it’s first contact with the water. When shot at the precise moment, the result is the water splashing out and making way for the cherry as it crashes in but the surrounding body of water around the cherry would be somewhat calm and still.

I took about 300 shots but I only kept like 12 shots which are somewhat acceptable. That’s a success rate of 4% there. Not too bad I guess?

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9 thoughts on “Point of Entry

  1. Excellent effort Vincent … that shows true dedication to ones craft of photography.
    I saw once similar shot with milk used instead of water, you might get more keepers as milk has different viscosity to water …

  2. Excellent photography there Vincent.

    Btw, thanks for dropping by at my blog.

    I shall have another write up on Rome and Italy proper before your trip in May. Do check back for updates and I hope the upcoming entries will be helpful.

  3. First of all, thank you everyone for all your kind words. I have never received this many comments from so many different people in a single post before. Excuse me while I squeal in delight like a little girl.

    @Robert, thanks for the suggestion. I’ll be trying that out as soon as I can get my hands on a bottle of milk.

    @sanjeev thapa, thank you! I’m using the Canon 400D + Canon 100mm f2.8 Macro + Canon 580EX Mk II

    @clarisseteagan, thank you! Didn’t know who you were until I looked at your blog 🙂

    @Jason Lim, thanks for dropping by! I’ve already bookmarked your blog so I’ll be checking in now and then.

    @Nic, aiya stop being modest la. Won’t get 0% one.

    @steph, thanks! Yea, I remember seeing those gorgeous strawberry shots on your blog.

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