As the weather simply refuses to play ball regarding the deep-sky imaging work, I have decided to resurrect the high-speed flash rig for water drop collision photography.

Going to try a couple of new things as well as following old recipes.  Will see if I can get a three drop collision worked out (I know this is not a trivial exercise) and I will see what 3-D (stereo) photography of the water drop collisions produces.

My feeling is that unless you have some other objects in the scene to create some depth, the water drop collisions won’t appear much more 3-D than they already do.  Experimentation time 🙂

 

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