Inspired by Water Drops

Inspired by our earlier post “Water droplets“, we are posting some photos that were taken during the rain (yes, during the rain and not after). Accompanied by a trusty umbrella, an a Canon 400D with 18-55mm kit lens we go out and shoot some water drops. To be safe we covered the Camera up using a shower cap (post coming soon) to prevent any accidental sprays onto the camera. Now the weather was bad, as in raining but it was more a constant drizzle and little to no wind. This made it possible to go out and shoot, otherwise in windy and heavy situation you would be really taking a gamble going out with your DSLR.

We need to use a high ISO setting like 800 or even higher to get a decent shutter speed like 1/250 or 1/100. Anything lower than 1/60 is going to be blurry and anything higher will give you a nice crisp shot.

Here are the results!!

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