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bubbles

By Happyhammer
the idea was Taken from a magazine, take droplets of water over a sheet of perspex and the droplets act as mini lenses.
i have tried this a million times and this is the best one so far, there will be more to come when i perfect it.
thanks for looking i hope you like it.

Tags: Specialist and abstract Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature

Voters: C_Daniels, rosiebobo, bombebit and 17 more


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bombebit 11 22 Denmark
18 Jul 2008 10:07PM
I saw it in the magazine but not yet tried it... well done...

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fatherpie 11 18 12 England
18 Jul 2008 10:13PM
Well done for trying ... looking forward to your future posts.
Regards
Dave
phil_j 13 134 4 England
18 Jul 2008 10:13PM
Saw the same article, you have done this very well.

Phil
19 Jul 2008 12:16AM
You can also use glycerine which works very well
patman 13 1 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2008 12:25AM
good shot,its great to experiment, i think digital cameras give you a chance to do things that you might not try with film because of the cost of film,nice one ...patman
Rogerex 13 32 12 Australia
19 Jul 2008 2:03AM
A great idea which has produced an interesting effect. I wonder why the sheet is perspex, and if glass would give the same effect.
Roger
Bodiewil 12 46 Wales
22 Jul 2008 8:41AM
Clever piece of work

Dave
cheesey 13 2 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2008 1:16PM
Cracking image, nicely done.
Cheesey.
49er 13 564
17 Aug 2008 7:14PM
Great idea and a nice result...

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Mavis 17 143 2 England
1 Sep 2008 9:10PM
Must have had great fun trying this out . Well done . Very effective .
tony64 15 204 9 England
1 Sep 2008 10:24PM
Looks fun Glenn!
So the bubbles weren't 'blown' then!
'Up the irons'
Tony
biscuit61 11 16 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2008 7:49AM
unusual efectgood shot
whiteswan01 11 13 England
28 Oct 2008 11:19PM
a cracking idea looks great
Dawn
IFIMAGE 11 143 Wales
28 Nov 2008 7:53PM
Nice one!

Ian...

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