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03/30/2011 02:07:35 PM · #1
Has anyone tried this?

Frozen Bubble Photography

They don't give much information, but it might be an alternative to water drop shots. It doesn't get cold enough here to try it or I would. :-)
03/30/2011 02:57:24 PM · #2
Very cool! I will put this on my list of this to try next winter. With our minus 40, it should freeze in seconds!
03/30/2011 04:04:11 PM · #3
I really hope I remember to try this when I move somewhere colder. Lots of cool possibilities.
03/30/2011 05:06:24 PM · #4
Originally posted by Germaine:

Has anyone tried this?

Frozen Bubble Photography

They don't give much information ...

This link at the end goes to the original article, which contains more tips and tricks (like his bubble formula) ...
03/30/2011 05:28:08 PM · #5
O.O thats cool!!!! that would be cool to try!
03/30/2011 10:08:44 PM · #6
Actually, groceries have big enough freezer...
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