Examples of waterdrops taken with the Time Machine

Corrie White is a Master of water drop photography. She pioneered many of the techniques used by other drop photographers. There are many examples of her work in national magazines, on her web site, and on Flickr. Her comments after receiving the Time Machine and Drip Kit were:

“It’s an ENORMOUS improvement. This is so much fun now. It used to be quite frustrating before, but now there is a 100% success rate which is soooo exciting.”
You can see further examples of Corrie’s water drop collisions here.”

Corrie has written a comprehensive eBook called “The Ultimate Guide To Water Drop Photography“.

All images are Copyright by Corrie White and may not be reproduced.

Susan Candelario is a professional photographer in New Jersey. She is often asked to give classes and training in water drop photography. She used the Time Machine and Drip Kit to produce these images. All images are Copyright by Susan Candelario

These images were taken with the Time Machine and Drip Kit by Maria Gemma June. You can view her photo stream on Flickr. Gemma’s images are copyrighted and may not be used without her permission.

Inga Morozoff is a photographer working in Alberta, Canada. You can see more of her work at: www.IngaMorozoff.com. Her images are copyrighted and may not be reproduced without permission.


Click on the image below to see a video clip of the Drip Kit in action with slow motion drop collisions. It’s a 12 MB file, so it may take a little while to load. This movie is interesting because it illustrates the whole event we are photographing, instead of the frozen frames we normally see. It was filmed by The Slow Mo Guys. They have many other interesting slow motion videos on YouTube.