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Canon
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Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
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1/750 second
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F/4.0
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50 mm
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200
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Apr 21, 2010, 9:21:18 PM
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Because I saw the BTS water-wave from TE2YA [link] and found all explanations to realise this photography, thank you to TE2YA and please, really take a look on his amazing gallery.

One of his amazing work:
by :iconte2ya:

Always experimenting, I enjoy playing with liquid... And I hope you like them :)


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:iconwhteumbrella:
WhteUmbrella Dec 23, 2010   Photographer
Great shot. What environment location did you choose (example: outside, lightbox, studio)?
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:iconarwenarts:
Actually, at home, on my office, a big transparent glass bottle, flash... I follow this tutorial [link]
Thank you for interesting ;)
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Mythian Nov 15, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I was wondering, could you do this same 'side view' of surface water and underwater with dropping objects to show the collection of bubbles that form and water movement as the object is dropped. In a current painting, which I have yet to post, I had to show a rose being dropped in water. It was a bit hard to show the bubbles where they go and such and the movement, but worked.
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:iconarwenarts:
Actualy, this is a shot "side view", I could do under and above, but there is no real interest for me... In this way of my work, at least ;) Painting it must not be easy, I agree, but I only can encourage you to look for on the Web Pics how bubbles are above, front of, under, etc. to imagine your picture and work on it exactly like what your want.
I hope I understood your mind and hope you will understand what I tried to explain with my poor English :)
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cosmaus Jul 16, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
pretty amazing :D
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cosmaus Jul 16, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
you`re welcome!
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KFT-Andri May 10, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
good job!!:thumbsup:
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:iconarwenarts:
Thank you so much! ;)
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KFT-Andri May 20, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
welcome:D
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