Food Dye Fun

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    thats my next project:mrgreen:


     
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    Nice shots.... I don't know if a black background would show the color better? The background seems too plain.

    I still like them though
     
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    I believe if the background was a more white the bottle may become more invisible and thus the colors more vivid. Try brightening up the background with your lighting and see where it goes. I do like the concept.
     
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    yes, I agree my background could be whiter, thus giving brighter/vivid colors. On my next shoot in the next few days i'll try it out. :mrgreen:
     
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    These are ridiculously cool!!! Did you just drop the food coloring in the water and it floats down through the water like that? I am totally going to have to try this! Off to get some food coloring after Fight Club :)
     

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