Water Droplets In Studio

We offered members a chance to stay cool in the Air Conditioning of the studio to try their hand at photographing water droplets. Working in teams of two, photographers used various colored items to reflect into the water while water dripped into the pan. It was a fun filled time being creative!

© Nancy True
"FUN! It was so wonderful to see how well everyone was able to capture great shots. Scott was able to help us all with this technique. It looked like everyone was having fun shooting and sharing almost an electric energy was in the studio. I look forward to future studio workshops!" -Nancy True

© Chuck Sinclair
"It was extremely valuable to learn how to set up the equipment to get the water droplet shots as well as experiment with flash strenghts to capture the right amount of light. Thanks to Scott and Nancy for doing an afterrnoon session." -Chuck Sinclair

© Roxanne Connelly
"Great fun! Thanks Scott and Nancy." -Roxanne Connelly 

© Jennifer Lahman
 "Had a great time, really fun. I definitely will try this again. Thanks Scott!" -Jennifer Lahman

© Carolyn Shafer
"This was very fun, to see things your camera can capture, that your eye doesn't see..." -Carolyn Shafer
© Janice Reynolds
"So much fun experimenting with different color reflections and water droplets. Will be trying this one at home. Looking forward to more studio workshops!" -Janice Reynolds

© Claudette Delanoeye
"This was an interesting creative experience for a wide variety of colorful images and chance abstractions." -Claudette Delanoeye 

© J. Scott Kelly
"A lot of fun, I think everyone had a good time and we will be shooting more in the studio very soon. A good way to get creative and beat the heat!" -J. Scott Kelly