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Watermachine, 5d mark III raw, sony rx10ii

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We went out to test a DIY rainmachine on top of a tractor. Learned a ton of shit, like backlighting is a must for rain and that the 5d mark III can indeed get waterdamaged (cost me 380 euros to repair it). Also that igniters for explosions can also freak out when they are under water.

 

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On 8/31/2017 at 0:09 AM, hmcindie said:

We went out to test a DIY rainmachine on top of a tractor. Learned a ton of shit, like backlighting is a must for rain and that the 5d mark III can indeed get waterdamaged (cost me 380 euros to repair it). Also that igniters for explosions can also freak out when they are under water.

 

Super nice work! I particularly enjoyed the shower of sparks at the finish. Can I ask what light your human light stand was holding? :) 

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Thanks, I just noticed that the rx10ii got water damaged too as it won't turn on anymore 8D.

We used yongnyo led lights. YN600 and then a smaller one that gave us a bit of blue light. That's why the rain tends to be on one side of the image as you can't see the water unless it is backlit.

We also did explosions on the ground (bullet hits for the first shots) but they all accidentally blew up at the same time (Risky not?) because the igniter was strolling in water.

 

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