Flower and water Drops

© Lea Mulqueen

Flower and water Drops

Uploaded: March 28, 2005

Description

The lens used was a Canon 50mm 2.5 macro lens. A hot light was used for lighting.

Comments

Shane Nestle March 29, 2005

Interesting shot. How did you create the water droplets? #230468

Lea Mulqueen March 30, 2005

The water drops are formed by using glass coated with Rain x and the drops applied with an eye dropper. #1216001

Suzanne Yelverton March 30, 2005

Very interesting and beautiful picture. I am new to doing anything other than point and shoot and with a new camera and Photoshop I am eager to try some of the ideas here. May I ask you how you got the black background? Thanks for inspiring...Suzanne #1216138

Suzanne Yelverton March 30, 2005

Very interesting and beautiful picture. I am new to doing anything other than point and shoot and with a new camera and Photoshop I am eager to try some of the ideas here. May I ask you how you got the black background? Thanks for inspiring...Suzanne #1216139

Lea Mulqueen March 30, 2005

Suzanne, the black background is simply the flower laying on black cloth #1216231

Suzanne Yelverton March 30, 2005

Great! I can do that!!! I am new to digital and Photoshop and am just soaking up all the wonderful images here and the ideas. Thank you for sharing...I am off to try....suzanne #1216245

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