The hours we spend in our Studio where countless, the outcome was awesome, we couldn´t stop trying until we had over 10.000 captures taken. Than the selection process began, it took 3 weeks to sort the motives out and postprocess them by cleaning out the sensor spots. We worked with one ten thousandth of a second exposure time.
Our precious incredibly vivid capture of this multi drop collision stunned us from the first second on…there where four drops, two of them formed the splashy escalating middle figure and the bell developed when the third drop hit the uprising tower of water right in the middle. The fourth drop is left without impact.
Update: OMG another DD!!! Thank you so much *AssassinM for recommending it and to ^hellfirediva for featuring it! So freaking AWESOME!!!
And THANK YOU in advance for all the 's and comments! I promise to answer all comments as soon as possible... However I may not be able to thank everyone for the thousands of I'm now receiving... hope you understand
Update #2: For those of you who are interested in knowing how I did this... please read the tutorial that I created (just click on the thumbnail image):
Update #3: Background images have been created for all to download... Enjoy!
New series "Bubble Drops"
This particular image is my favorite from the series... but I have more to upload soon... many, many more
This is NOT Photoshopped, the color is from different cloth in the background, and colored water.
Location: Duffey Lake, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Equipment: Nikon D90 + Nikkor 70-210mm. Technique: 3 RAW files processed with Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5. Follow me on Facebook:West Coast Scapes
All the favs and comments are really appreciate A single drop in a feather Photo taken by me OMG it's my first daily deviation Thank you so much to *AssassinM for suggesting it and ^hellfirediva for featuring ~ Feature: -[link] by -[link] by - [link] by -[link] by - [link] by - [link] by
Vipassana bhavana, or "higher vision's development" (implied, the reality not only conventional, but ultimate also) is a meditation's method discovered by the Buddha. It consists to simply pay attention to the reality.
Hi guys! This is something different than usual. I'm taking part in a competition, and this is my entry for it. These stairs are quite aweful now and competition rules said to paint only vertical part of the stairs. The first and the last of every part must be yellow for safety reasons. What's more the painting need to be 50 cm recoiled from walls. I wanted to create something fresh and happy.