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    Well, did this for fun...not ur everyday water-droplet shot i suppose. Let me know if it works for u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantasia


    Well, did this for fun...not ur everyday water-droplet shot i suppose. Let me know if it works for u.
    hey this looks interesting, what's that?

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    yeap..it does...share with us how did you do it? n WHAT is THAT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by khairi
    yeap..it does...share with us how did you do it? n WHAT is THAT?
    Hee want to make a guess first? I'll post how its done later tonite, else once u knoe how its done...not as interesting already.

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    ok lets see now...

    1. macro shot of swirling bubbles...like water poured into a glass....
    2. macro shot again or swirling bubbles...of water reentering into an aquarium from a pump
    3. ok...taking point number 2, its done at night...

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    Quote Originally Posted by khairi
    ok lets see now...

    1. macro shot of swirling bubbles...like water poured into a glass....
    2. macro shot again or swirling bubbles...of water reentering into an aquarium from a pump
    3. ok...taking point number 2, its done at night...
    hehe yup, 2 is correct. Its a shot taken of an aquarium, the bubbles are from the pump. Its taken in the daytime, the streaks you see are actually sunlight from the window. Underexposed 2 stops to darken the picture and emphasize the streaks of sunlight. The green tinge is actually reflection of the green aquatic plant poster that is pasted around the aquarium.

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