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dance of the carbon bubbles Tutorials and Resources
- Set up for bubbly photos: [link]Materials and Methods
Nikon D80 + Nikon AF-S DX Zoom Nikkor 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 G ED II lens + magnifying glass. The cherry was attached to a white Styrofoam piece with a sewing needle. The contraption was then submerged in a vase filled with seltzer water. The Styrofoam was a bit larger than the vase widthwise so that it would create greater tension and wouldn't float. A top from an old Fossil watch box was used as the background. The dark background caused glass scratches and imperfections to show. Increased contrast to make the scratches more visible. Color balance for a vintage-ish feel. See my FB page for the original and post-edited: [link]Additional Comments
The bubbles are technically carbon dioxide
I liked all the weird textures and scratches; thought I'd share it
Check out the print for crisper details, better vignetting, and more negative space
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