This is a post my hubby will love. Macro photography is when you take photos of things, but you're zoomed in to the max. You'll get shots of the eyes of insects, detailed flower petals and ice crystals. And then there's this; water droplet photography.
How it works : You fill a bowl, or plate or whatever you choose to use, with a shallow water. Then you need some kind of tool to drip water with and a camera with a massive zoom. Drip the water and take the picture. Of course, it's not that simple, but that's the basic idea of it. Some photographers add food colouring to the water they drip to get the colours effects, while others add them with photo manipulating software.
Now that you know the idea, check out these.
Now isn't that amazing? And it's just a few water drops captured at the right moment...
Stay beautiful and be kind to animals,