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Disappearing into oblivion
Disappearing into oblivion
IreneM


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Collection: Experiments
Camera: Nikon D50
Lens: Tamron SP AF 90mm f/2.8 Di for Nikon
Location: My kitchen
Date: Nov 3, 2007
Aperture: f16
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/500 s
Galleries: Macro, Water
Date Uploaded: Nov 9, 2007

Viewed: 3793
Comments: 9
Favorites: 8 (view)

This is an image I did last weekend. I did hundreds and got 3 quite decent ones. This is one of them.
It's tapwater coloured blueish with food colouring which I dripped milk into.
The white is this milk crown or "umbrella" shape disappearing into the water.
I hope you like it.

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10/01/2010 04:01:28 AM
This show is absolutly epic in my opinion. you couldnt have timed that any better.
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03/30/2010 06:32:19 AM
Hi Irene!
Me and my wife are absolutely amazed by your macrophotography, u simply rock, you are the queen of macro here at DCP!
I am just wandering, which lens would you recommend us to buy, I'm between Nikon macro 60 mm (the new one) and Tamron 90 mm, our camera is Nikon D90. I see that you've been using both of these lenses in your work, so I don't know if you have some preferance or any advice at all. We are planning to shoot mostly flowers and similar objects that you have been taking, not small crawling animals.

Keep shooting shots like this, we love it!
Regards, Goran
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08/18/2009 09:54:57 PM
fantastic detail!
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11/05/2008 07:44:29 AM
I LOVE this pic!!! I am going to try some of these tonight... i don't have a 90/105/150mm macro lens... just a 55mm, some extension tubes, and a bellowes... hopefully that will do... worst case, i'll have to do some cropping and maybe wipe some milk off of my lens =)
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08/19/2008 11:47:34 AM
I just don't know how you do it

Beautiful
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02/08/2008 02:47:01 PM
Great title! It's like we're seeing the last, desperate clutch at the surface by some poor milk being.
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01/23/2008 02:00:53 AM
I love it! Don't know how many hours I've spent dripping water into glasses, into bowls ..... into everything and ended up with a huge mess in the kitchen, water on the floor and not a single useful shot! I'm inspired by your work....... thank you!!!
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12/05/2007 08:18:22 PM
That shallow DOF really brings this off. U really are the master splasher :)
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12/05/2007 04:07:30 PM
I like this one, you can follow all the little tips of the drops that have fallen before you get to the last little bits that are sharp and in front. I wish I had the patience for this type of work.
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