I am trying to capture the droplets of water while being sprayed on a subject through a spray bottle. What I mean here is - when I am spraying the water on my subject, I want to capture the droplets of water while still in air.
I tried doing this experiment at home, and I was not very happy with the results I got. It was a low-key setup. I was using the normal study lamp to light my subject's face, and flash set to 1/128 power. I was using Canon 70D with 18-135 kit lens. ISO was set to 200. Aperture set to F/22, Shutter speed set to 1/200, and zoom enough to capture my subject's face in the frame with some free space around to capture the droplets of water being sprayed on the subject with a normal spray bottle.
What I was trying to achieve is something like this picture.
Please let me know how can i achieve this, and the lighting setup to get this result.
I will share the link to the picture I got. - https://copy.com/Trk6AtMLV3uoqHRV This is the link to the image i got, but it is tightly cropped, and post processed in Lightroom, and Photoshop. I am still not very satisfied with the result.