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One more from the night
Cube of ice dropped into a glass of water.The colour is from a gelled flash. Just snooted it and pointed it at the glass.
Nikon D80Nikkor 50mmf/6.7 at 1/90 secsSB800 gelled and snooted fired at the glass.
red, glass, splash, flash, domestic, speedlight
Awesome image Vikram! I love the brilliant red against the black background! Great stop action too!
Thank you so much Robin – Red and black ALWAYS work!
– Vikram Franklin
great work!! ;-) val
Thanks Val – glad you like it!
oh NICE!! (or should i say ICE? LOL) very good. i just love red/black combo! X
Cheers Sally – thought this kind of a shot would tickle your fancy.Yellow, green, blue, red – all work perfectly with black.Though I should probably try lighting on two planes next time around.
Perfect timing on this one, great experiment! :)
Took a few tries!!Thanks Lynn!
It looks like a cherry! :-)
Darn!! I have those in a bottle!! Should have used that instead.
Thank you so, so much Hege!
awesome work mate!
Thanks so much my friend! Glad you like this even though it’s so not your style.
Terrific idea, Vikram. Marvelous. Instant fav.
Thank you so much Neeraj!
Fab lighting and timing, Vikram! Just as I was thinking of trying an olive-splashing-into-martini shot myself! LOL!
Ooooh – now THAT is a more elegant shot Jo – go for it!!I can just imagine it – a pristine white background, a clear martini-glass and that one big olive (maybe stuffed to get a bit of red?) splashing into the glass!!Seemed to have lost the ability to experiment after 1.5 months of not shooting. Earlier, this kind of a thought would have come to mind during the shoot :-(