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Canon
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Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
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1/1250 second
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100 mm
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Oct 20, 2006, 6:06:18 PM
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Red Spoon by Sortvind Red Spoon by Sortvind
A liquid splash :boogie:
Used foodcolor, soyoil and water.
Nothing has been added or twisted.
I cleaned up the background in photoshop and gave it a glow, removed noise, and sharpen.

If you like taking multicolor splash pictures, then join my contest! *read about it in my journal if you like to*

Other spoon splash pictures in this serie:
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Hope you like it!

*all the clubs listed in my journal has permission to upload this to their gallery*
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Su5anLee Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2009  Student Filmographer
Whoa, I actually thought it was a hat with a splash effect on it until you mentioned what it was. I love your liquid macro shots. Awesome! :D
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KinkyFriend Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2009
Featured! [link]
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SingleArtist Featured By Owner May 9, 2009
it looks so cool. i never saw that with a spoon. very well done.
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ProTrident Featured By Owner May 5, 2009
I absolutely love stuff like this - amazing.
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2009  Professional Photographer
Nice one. What lens do you use for these kind of shots?
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Happy-Boils Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2009
Love it!
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byebyeblueberry Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2008
sooooo amazing ! it looks like exploding jelly i just want to poke it looks all squidgy and stuff hehe

you're work is truely incredible
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Rom3o Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2008
SWEET JESUS THE MOTHER OF GOD WHOME I DONT BELIEVE IN

I NEVER SEEN THIS ONE MAN

HOLY SHIT.
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cantthinkof-aname Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2008
can you please explain to me how you get these pictures so smooth and not pixel-y and grainy and so.... simple with those backrounds and all that? cause i have a pretty good camera.. and photoshop 7.0 (i think) and i would like to be able to do things like that.
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Sortvind Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2008
I is a combination of patience and camera settings. I use and external flash for fast motion shots like this one. I set up the background and plan the shot before i do it so it takes less time. I then find the combination between right amount of light and fast enough shutter-speed. In photoshop i use the clone or healing tool to remove dust/objects from background. And i use noiseremoval plug-ins selective in the image. In this one i painted away the whole background with brush tool and layer masking and changed it, i needed a background the stood as a good contrast to the red. Hope that was a tad helpful :aww: When it comes to the pixely part. I use a 8mpx camera with good resolution, so pixely is never an issue. Grain is always a issue with cameras, so try to keep the iso low.
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