Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher


    [I'm Josh Fancher, a 21 year old with an avid interest in photography, including macro, nature and wildlife, night photography, landscapes, cityscapes and architectural photography. Inspired by the beautiful and amazing water drop photography of Martin Waugh, I started doing water drop collisions in December of 2007. I use a 105mm Micro Nikkor lens for water drops, along with a pair of Nikon SB 600 flashes. I recently got a StopShot system (Nov 2009), which makes timing a lot easier. Before then, timing was manual, with an eye dropper, eye-hand coordination, and a lot of patience] – Josh Fancher. (Photos by Josh Fancher)


    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




    Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher

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Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher


[I'm Josh Fancher, a 21 year old with an avid interest in photography, including macro, nature and wildlife, night photography, landscapes, cityscapes and architectural photography. Inspired by the beautiful and amazing water drop photography of Martin Waugh, I started doing water drop collisions in December of 2007. I use a 105mm Micro Nikkor lens for water drops, along with a pair of Nikon SB 600 flashes. I recently got a StopShot system (Nov 2009), which makes timing a lot easier. Before then, timing was manual, with an eye dropper, eye-hand coordination, and a lot of patience] – Josh Fancher. (Photos by Josh Fancher)


Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher




Waterdrop Sculptures by Josh Fancher

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