Water Drop Art Tutorial
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Since I began working on and sharing my water drop photography, I’ve received lots of great feedback and comments from many many people. I’ve been able to create prints and calendars, display them in galleries, and made more connections than I ever thought possible when I started on this project months ago. I also have had countless requests to explain how I do what I do. I’ve always been a little reluctant to give away too much. Only because I see these photos as relatively unique, and the techniques I developed were a result of hundreds of hours of experimentation and work. Well, times are tight, and I’m ready to share my knowledge and expertise by offering a tutorial where I will teach you how to create your own unique and beautiful water drop photography.
I will cover each of the three techniques and styles I’ve developed (examples below). These include water drops on white, water drops in dark, and “water rings.” Step by step, and in an organized way I will teach you the techniques I use to create my unique water drop art. This is done over the phone or via Skype connection, one to one, at your convenience (day or night). You will receive a detailed outline of all the topics covered in the tutorial, and about two to three hours of my undivided attention. We will cover:
* The techniques needed for each of the three kinds of water drop art I create: water drops on white, water drops in dark, and water rings.
* Set-up, equipment and materials needed and recommended
* Special tips (the water, the surface used, lighting, camera, etc.)
* Shooting. How to and some important tips
* Photoshop and post production (includes review of example images)
* Optional “artistic” approaches to Photoshop editing
* Getting you started
* and more…
I want this to be as interactive as possible, so bring your questions.
I’m sharing knowledge gained after hundreds of hours of work, experimentation, review, and feedback. If you’ve ever tried this kind of photography you’ve probably discovered, it aint easy.
I hope I hear from all those that have a real interest in trying their hand at some unique and beautiful water drop art.
If you are interested message me here or email me at email@example.com You can also get more information by viewing my web page about this tutorial here: