Strawberry/Carbonated water

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  1. John_Olexa

    John_Olexa No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Ok, dropped a strawberry in a glass with carbonated water. I used a blue backdrop behind the glass and a marco lens . Yes I was Bored today lol. I saw this in a magazine and tried it.

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    cameramike TPF Noob!

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    i like it, its very interesting with all the bubbles but i think a wider shot so you can see the full strawberry in the glass would be more appealing? Just a thought
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    It would seem the strawberry isn't quite ripe yet. :biggrin: However, your shot is pretty cool and love the effervescence.
     
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    Yup nicely done.. i do like the lighting and how the blue light from the background wraps around the front.

    Gotta watch for those drips on the outside of the glass though..but i know how it is lol
     
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    Thank all.

    Yeah I used sunlight and started a little late in the day.. I'll try again next weekend and experiment a little more.

    Good catch K_Pugh. I didn't even see that!
     

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