Welcome to the world of water drop photography.
Type a quick search of ‘Water Drop’ or #waterdrop and you will quickly see just how popular this area of photography has become. I have written before about why shooting these kinds of images improves your skills as a photographer, but that does not explain why people love them so much.
Shooting water drops highlights the pure essence of photography, capturing a moment in time. We see thousands of water drops every day, but rarely pause to consider their architecture and movement. During a particularly heavy rain storm we may marvel at the size of drops bouncing off the ground, but the rest of the time we take it for granted or do not notice. Freezing this moment forces us to appreciate the beauty, complexity and symmetry of a most regular occurrence and brings into sharp focus the importance of water in our lives.
The addition of vivid colours, opaque liquids and well controlled lighting, adds drama to the scene and gives the images that ‘wow’ factor that is becoming increasingly rare in today’s world.
I hope you enjoy this gallery. If you catch the bug and want to have a go yourself, my video tutorials are featured at the bottom of this post.
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