A Splash And A Bubble
William Freebilly photography
Photograph - Digital Photographs
A bubble usually becomes semi-sphere quickly after it touches the water surface. To make a photo like this, I have to pray for the timing of the moment when the bubble touched the surface.
I used a straw to blow small size bubble and positioned it ~6" above water surface. I then suddenly retracted the straw so the bubble dropped onto water surface. The key timing is when the bubble touches the water surface which was purely luck because each bubble dropped with different speed. If too slow, the bubble would be cropped. If too fast, the bubble would be semi-spherical. This photo had been awarded on multiple contests. I wish you like it. Thanks for viewing!!
April 11th, 2012
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