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How to Make a DIY Rain Machine

Here’s a nifty behind-the-scenes video tutorial by photographer Jay P. Morgan that shows how to make a cheap DIY rain machine for adding rain to your photographs.

(via f stoppers)


 
  • http://twitter.com/RobShaver Robert Shaver

    Is there no audio with this video? I spend several minutes troubleshooting my PC until I just played another video with sound. If there isn’t sound with this one then it would be polite to give us poor viewers an heads-up on that.

  • http://twitter.com/RobShaver Robert Shaver

    Is there no audio with this video? I spend several minutes troubleshooting my PC until I just played another video with sound. If there isn’t sound with this one then it would be polite to give us poor viewers an heads-up on that.

  • http://twitter.com/zak Zak Henry

    There is audio?

  • http://twitter.com/RobShaver Robert Shaver

    My bad. I don’t know what went wrong but some videos I played had sound and some did not. I closed my browser, Chrome, and restarted it and now there is audio on this and other videos.

    One thing I learned about this HP computer w/Windows 7 was that it knows if my headset is plugged in or not. In the sound control panel there is a button to audition sounds. When I pulled the headphone plug out the button grayed out. When I plugged it back in, it became selectable again.

  • http://twitter.com/RobShaver Robert Shaver

    Now that I’ve watched it with sound … nice tutorial. It was quick but I felt like I understood all the steps. By the time I wondered about the light stands in the shot you’d said … and showed … the removal in post.

    Thanks for making this Jay and thanks for posting it Zak.

  • Nasafan1nc

    Interesting stuff! Hellish choice of music though. What’d he say?