Creative Waterdrop Photography You Can Try at Home

Waterdrop photography can be a great way both to practice your technical skills and to experiment with your creativity, plus it is just a ton of fun. This great video will show you how you can set up your own miniature splash studio at home using just your normal gear and a couple of items you likely already have laying around the house. 

Coming to you from Gavin Hoey with Adorama TV, this excellent video will introduce you to waterdrop photography and show you how you can set up your own splash studio and take creative shots of your own. This is a particularly great time to try out waterdrop photography if you are stuck at home and looking for something that can exercise your creative muscles and keep your technique sharp until you can get back into the normal swing of things. I personally really love the meditative aspect of it. It is a very methodical and yet creative exercise that does not take much setup but still allows for lots of exploration. Plus, I simply find the images really beautiful. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Hoey, and find a few hours one afternoon this week to give it a try yourself!

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Alex Cooke is a Cleveland-based portrait, events, and landscape photographer. He holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and a doctorate in Music Composition. He is also an avid equestrian.

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That was my attempt at puddle photography a few days back. Not really a water drop, but u liked it anyway.