Water Colors..

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  1. XpdX

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    My first tries(?) with water..

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    Thanks For Looking..:thumbup:
     
  2. JonMikal

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    awesome designs, colors and exposures!
     
  3. XpdX

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    Thanks..!!
     
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    Great stuff :thumbup: I love the "Astro" lollypop colors. groovy lookin shots.
     
  5. XpdX

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    Thank you too..!! =)
     
  6. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wow. You are good!
    I wouldn't have been able to tell that these are first attempts!!! They are too good for that! Honestly. I especially like the patterns and colour distribution in Photo 3. May I use it as my wallpaper on my computer screen? I think I would really like to see it as a full-screen picture! :D
     
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    Thanks..it is a huge compliment for me..

    I was actually trying to do some drops shots..

    but they weren't so good..:confused:

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    Thanks again for looking..:thumbup:
     
  8. bethany138

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    How do you do that? I love these!
    What do you put the water in, etc.
    Details please! If you don't mind sharing your secret! :)
     
  9. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Love the last two in the first series...nicely done with the colours and compos. :d
     
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    Thank You..

    There are no secrets in photography..;)

    I usually don't write a lot and don't reply other topics because my English is very bad..:S


    The Technique is very simple..
    I took water in a bowl, and just dropped (?) slowly with syringe or with the
    faucet [(British) tap ; (slang) unforeseen hitch, stumbling block].
    I covered the flash with green Cellophane..and started shooting..:lol:
    It is better to use fast shutter speed..
    You can put a colored paper or a magazine for the colors..that's what I did..
    I tried also with oil and other liquids..

    Hope you understand..if not, I'll try make some examples of the process (?).

    Again, thank you all..:thumbup: :mrgreen:
     
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    Thanks for your answer!
    Why do you cover the flash with green cellophane?
    I don't catch on very quickly :crazy:
     
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    Is that how you got the colours, with green cellophane?

    They're cool
     

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