A few nice cool photography images I found:
Joshua Tree National Park, CA
Image by – Adam Reeder –
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Cool #vintagecar #cruising #MLK #baltimore #maryland I love #historic cars. Nice lines, lots of #chrome
Image by Artondra Hall
Water Droplets Experiment #11.20
Image by Feggy Art
This shot was taken with two flash units pointed at a graduated green/yellow acetate sheet behind the water tray.
YN467 to left pointed down.
Vivitar 283 to right pointing down.
Flash half power.
Clear water in tray and bottle.
Graduated green/yellow acetate sheet behind.
2 second delay on camera.
Flashes fired manually.
These shots are better than the previous tests as they give the photo a feeling of subtlety.
The acetate sheet was made in Photoshop by laying a graduated green/yellow fill on a canvas of A4 size. Then the acetate sheet was printed at a local office services shop.
There’s a blog started recently where you can learn the techniques to make droplet photos.