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Bubbles 1

By Sone  
What do you guys think this is, and how well did i do it in these conditions?
Ok I will tell you. hehe. My boyfriend and I were washing my car (him outside, me inside) when i spotted this. This was taken inside my Kia Picanto. This is the sunroof with water droplets on. I jumped out stopping him from changing this pattern, ran into the house, got my camera and this was the result. What are your opinions? This was edited in photoshop and converted into black and white. (Macro filters used)

Tags: Black and white Close-up and macro

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banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3880 Canada
14 Jul 2013 6:49PM
The very first interesting shot I EVER took was with a small Fuji compact, and it was of raindrops on the sun-roof of a VW Golf from the inside!

I think it looks good. Very abstract. Since its b&w, I think a little more W and less grey might work, soIve loaded 2 mods, - mod 2 is an inversion which look like something you could play with.



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14 Jul 2013 7:20PM
A super abstract which had to be taken when you did!
I just love this type of shot!SmileSmile

Philpot Plus
5 39 4 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2013 9:42PM
superb image, your lucky it didn't evaporate in this heat at the moment!
pamelajean Plus
12 1.1k 2016 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2013 6:26PM
I get the feeling that you are pleased with this, and you have a right to be so. Well done for seeing the potential and capturing it with such clarity.
The patterns are interesting, with all those different sized circles, and the largest one is very nicely placed.
With an abstract like this, there is a lot of scope for using your creativity, especially with colour.
paulbroad 10 123 1244 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2013 8:59PM
This is a clean sharp image, well seen. I would, like Willie, up the contrast a bit to increase the various tones of grey.


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