Milk

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  1. jhermes

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    Just playing around, took this a while ago. Please give constructive criticism!

    Nikon D3000

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    It looks like some strange creature trying to escape!
     
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    Yes it sure does. I did earlier shots by dropping a metal marble into the milk. In one the marble bounced out of the container an came back as I shot the photo. It wasn't the best photo out there but it still looked okay. Take a look

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    shoot it from the side so you can see the milk coming out.
     
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    Looks like non-newtonian fluid

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    What Song Was That? :clap:
    I like non-newtonian fluids!!!!!!:lmao:
     
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    I think it might look better in black and white with a bit softer light source.
     
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    I'll have to try that out, thanks. I used all natural light actually but I plan on doing this again soon.
     
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    That doesn't mean you can't park a diffuser panel over it...;)
     
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    was this shot with a flash? or all natural light? what shutterspeed?
     
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    ;)
     

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