Red & Blue 5 Drop Collision

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Uploaded 20 Sep 2011 — 10 favorites
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© Jim Kramer
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Photo Info
UploadedSeptember 20, 2011
TakenSeptember 5, 2011
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure1 sec at f/20
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length180 mm
ISO320
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Five drops came together to make this shot. There is no Photoshop trickery here, this is how the image was captured. First 2 drops create the 'Stem' & 'Umbrella'. The following 3 create the suspended drops.

6 responses

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett   gave props (20 Sep 2011):

    Amazing!

  • samed ennour

    samed ennour said (22 Sep 2011):

    very nice! congrats.

  • lowison

    lowison said (23 Sep 2011):

    Beatifull like a Murano glass!

  • Hussain Al-Ahmed

    Hussain Al-Ahmed gave props (26 Sep 2011):

    the reflection is so clear... I love it

  • Susan Nelson

    Susan Nelson gave props (27 Sep 2011):

    I can see you had fun with this series of photos! love it for sure!

  • Jim Bennett

    Jim Bennett   gave props (12 Jan 2013):

    I am going to put the same message on each of this series, because they are equally incredible. What a beautiful job you did. These should be in an exhibit without a doubt. Well done...

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