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Bubbles!
Posted By: bertwert, 05-04-2021, 06:31 PM

Taken with a reversed 50 on a bunch of extension tubes, just a sort of rainy day abstract shot.


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Interesting. Confusing, but veerrrry interesting.
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Very abstract and eyecatching
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Little bubbles and big bubbles. Lovely effect.

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Nice, something different
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QuoteOriginally posted by SimplyCreativePhotography Quote
Interesting. Confusing, but veerrrry interesting.
I had the same exact reaction. I think my head still hurts.
Am not really sure what I'm looking at... bubbles of what on what reflecting what????
But I've not seen it done before... amazing what is possible with all the extensions.
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Salam Bertwert,
Very intersting, it can be used as album cover of Pink Floyd
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Cool, Robert. In fact, I'd say it's a real gas.

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QuoteOriginally posted by bertwert Quote
Taken with a reversed 50 on a bunch of extension tubes, just a sort of rainy day abstract shot.
Looked like pearls.
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Very interesting. What is it? It looks like wood underneath?
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A close look can yield some amazing results .
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QuoteOriginally posted by SimplyCreativePhotography Quote
Interesting. Confusing, but veerrrry interesting.
QuoteOriginally posted by eaglem Quote
Very abstract and eyecatching
QuoteOriginally posted by mahanpots Quote
Little bubbles and big bubbles. Lovely effect.
QuoteOriginally posted by taktoon Quote
Nice, something different
QuoteOriginally posted by ProfessorBuzz Quote
I had the same exact reaction. I think my head still hurts.
Am not really sure what I'm looking at... bubbles of what on what reflecting what????
But I've not seen it done before... amazing what is possible with all the extensions.
QuoteOriginally posted by fayssal Quote
Salam Bertwert,
Very intersting, it can be used as album cover of Pink Floyd
QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
Cool, Robert. In fact, I'd say it's a real gas.

Jer
QuoteOriginally posted by swip Quote
Looked like pearls.
QuoteOriginally posted by sergysergy Quote
Very interesting. What is it? It looks like wood underneath?
QuoteOriginally posted by pichaser Quote
A close look can yield some amazing results .
Thanks all! For those wondering what it is, it's oil on water. Just photographed with a white paper background, then some sepia split toning was added, giving it's current colour
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Surreal.
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Surreal.
It is an interesting effect you can get with just a splash of oil
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