• Login
  • No products in the cart.

How to Create Stunning Water Splash Photography with a Light Trigger

How to Create Stunning Water Splash Photography with a Light Trigger

How to Create Water Splash Photography Shots with a Light Trigger

This is how I create the most interesting splashes in water splash photography, and this is how I trigger my camera to catch them on the  fly.

In this video, I explain and show you the whole process of water splash photography. It takes time to set your hands to throw the liquids this way, and I am sure anyone can do it with practice. Let me know if you have any questions, we can discuss them here in the comments or in a forum topic.


5 responses on "How to Create Stunning Water Splash Photography with a Light Trigger"

  1. Hi Alex – can you explain a little more about the spotlight/projector you are using as the light source aimed at the TriggerTrap? It looks like it has some kind of adaptor to focus the beam to a smaller size. Was this a DIY adaptor fixed to a wider fixture?

    Steve aka GrumpyElvis

    • Steve,
      I’ve used a lamp it is “fun light” , how I call it, light from IKEA. It has a lens on rails and a small 12V halogen lamp, ans the whole thing is operated 120V ac, and cost was about $19. I bought one to play with a long tike ago, and now found a greta use for it.
      I do not see them anymore at IKEA.. the closest thing which came to mind is an old slide projector from ebay…

  2. Marios,
    I always prefer to shoot at native ISO of the sensor, it gives better IQ. Especially with MFDB, they are not as good as DSLR at higher ISO.
    Of course I can raise ISO if it would be absolutely necessary, but F18 was good and I had enough power to get through it:-)

  3. Hi Alex very good tutorial!!
    One question: why ISO50 ?? You could shoot with ISO: 200 and have more f, like 20 or more power for the strobes.

Leave a Message

Copyright © Photigy Studio Photography All Rights Reserved
X