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Water drop photography

Discussion in 'Through the Lens' started by advan, Feb 15, 2013.

  1. papilio

    papilio Arachnoprince Old Timer

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    Hmmm ... next time I do some more pics I'll have to remember to interrogate the drops. :)

    I don't mean to scoff, your link reminded me a bit of some rather compelling studies done in Japan involving crystalline formation ... a statistically significant correlation was demonstrated indicating that the mood/well-being of the scientist or assistant growing the minerals was reflected in the degree of perfection of those crystals formed under their supervision. I attended a lecture on this at Carleton College here in MN a few years back, pretty interesting.

    Regardless, I'd certainly have to say that these water drops have very playful personalities! :D
     
  2. Malhavoc's

    Malhavoc's Arachnoking Old Timer

  3. You guys are freakin awesome.
    I havent looked in on this thread since it was still at page 1. Im glad i did:biggrin: Between the lavalamp-esq comparison my mind makes to the drops/splash, and chads "fryin balls" photo shoot this thread reminds me of that store Spencers found in most malls haha.
     
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  4. advan

    advan oOOo Staff Member

    Very nice Michael! I need to try some splatter shots! :D

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    I should really rename this thread to liquid photography. {D
     
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  5. papilio

    papilio Arachnoprince Old Timer

    That first shot is the most perfect drop splash ever! :D

    Defiantly try some splatters, they're my favorite liquid sculpture forms so far and I love the pics I got of them. ;)
     
  6. advan

    advan oOOo Staff Member

    LOL Got lucky with that one! But I guess luck is how these shots turn out! :D

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    Probably my favorite because I finally got a decent reflection. :)
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  7. papilio

    papilio Arachnoprince Old Timer

    I won't even ask how you got these. :D
     
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  8. le-thomas

    le-thomas Arachnobaron

    This has been a favorite photography genre of mine for a pretty long time. These are all fantastic! :D
     
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  9. advan

    advan oOOo Staff Member

    It's been a rainy spring, not many chances for outdoor photography, so........

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  10. Wow, these are amazing! I love how unique each one is and the colors/reflections are beautiful. They look like miniature blown glass sculptures. You have wonderful talent!
     
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  11. bethr

    bethr Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Love this thread. Let's see you do this with carbonated water now...
     
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