Day 81. September 27, 2010. Another episode of dripping water droplets into a bowl. This time, I wanted a red tinge, so I reached for the food coloring, but then realized that two-buck chuck was probably a cheaper red dye than food coloring, and also produces that nice, earthy red. I started doing this in the sun, but I couldn't make the light do what I want, so I waited for the sun to go under the fence before starting this. With two strobes on this second attempt, I was able to push the aperture to f/11, and so pinpointing where I was to drop the droplet became much less of an issue.
EF 100mm f/2.8L IS Macro @ f/10. 1/250s. ISO 800. Lighting: Natural dusky sun from front camera left, 580EX II on camera bounced off ceiling @ 1/32, 430EX II from camera left bare @ 1/32.