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un abrazo Ursula
Gracias, Martin! :)
Beautifully done Ursula..is it more than one photo?..i really wish the 5DMKII could make that..;-)..Best Regards
Thanks for your reply Ursula..yes i can but only one photo at a time...was it photographed behind a glass?it really seems so..because of the water line..;-)..i like your sensibility with the vibrant colour tones!
thanks again Ursula..it´s how i imagined it..i have done some similar experiments..with the zuiko OM 55mm F1.2 lens with the adaptor rings for a macro focusing..by the window light..must try with diferent reflections from coloured shinny papers..it´s so subtle that it seems like a transition from the liquid to the air form..i really like it...:-)
Thank you. No, this is not one of those. You can do this with your Canon just fine :)
No, not behind glass, but water in a glass pan, camera lens close to level with the water, so the out of focus background is, in part, glass (I think, I'm actually not sure of this). The water line comes from moving the water in the pan towards the camera. The lens is fully open, and carefully focused on a middle area of the pan. I try to make the waves go exactly where I want them. In this case, I caught the edge of the moving water. I think that is what looks like glass to you. The reds come from a very bright, shiny paper I used as backdrop.