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Feb 14, 2010, 2:21:00 PM

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Abstract Water Droplets by tylerscottsmith Abstract Water Droplets by tylerscottsmith
In this picture, I made a setup consisting of a paper cylinder, M&M's at the bottom on the black surface, and a piece of clear plastic with tiny water droplets placed randomly on it. I'm quite pleased with the effect. :-)
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Art-ography Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Saw an instruction for this is 50 Photo Projects by Digital SLR Magazine, nice job
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StarryAry Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2011  Professional General Artist
I referenced your photo in an argument. Part one of the argument can be viewed here: [link]
I hope you don't mind.
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tylerscottsmith Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011
I don't mind at all. I actually read through the entire thing, it was quite entertaining and well thought out.
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DevourAngel Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2011
very good job, i like that, your photo is very good by this [link]
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becursed Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2011  Student Writer
Cool
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spanjebob89 Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
you should try glass next time,not plastic,because you can see scratches on plastic ;P
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tylerscottsmith Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011
Good idea! I just grabbed whatever I had laying around the house, haha.
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tylerscottsmith Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2010
I agree, it would have been better with a smooth piece of plexiglass. Also, I just used a paper cylinder to put the piece of plastic on, but if I used some kind of plastic or glass cylinder, I probably could have put more lighting along the sides and gotten rid of the white borders on the drops. I'll have to try that next time. Thanks for the constructive criticism. :-)
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craigletourneau Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Very cool idea mate! Nice work! If you could get a clear piece of glass with no scratches it would amp this image up even more imo..but that is just me. I don't know your set up, but is there any way to get a light between the candy and the glass/plastic to brighten it up even more? Just a thought? It might make the droplet images even pop out more...I would definitely play around with this concept and set up some more to maximize such a cool and creative concept! :D
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DesireSerendipity Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010
You have been featured in my journal: [link]
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