Shopping list You really don’t need a great deal of equipment to get going with ink drop photography. As with any specialist technique you can spend a fortune on a flashy kit, but before you lay out hundreds of pounds on macro lenses why not take a trial run first? You’ll need: a selection of different coloured inks a medicine dropper or pipette a fish tank or a large glass container a large piece of white paper or a soft box a strong light a camera with manual focus manually operated…
Make Some DIY Flexible LED Panels for Your Photography Lighting Kit
If you’re looking for a great way to light your photo and video shoots, this DIY super bright LED panel can be molded to shed light anywhere you need it. You can even swap between warm and cool lighting with the flick of a switch.
Testing Out a Rosco Gel Kit for Creative and Colorful Photographic Lighting